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Rain Bird 26 - 38 ft. 42SA+ Simple Adjust Pop-Up Heavy-Duty Gear Drive Rotor Clearance $2.93 (from $11.50) Home Depot B&M YMMV

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Saw these in the clearance section of my HD today. Picked up the dozen that were left. Normally around $11.50, now $2.93.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Rain-.../100081687
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Created 05-14-2018 at 03:06 PM by inventurous
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Good find. Might swing by and see if they have the 32SA ones clearances. Need the smaller throw.
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What's the best way to remove a rotor sprinkler head deep in the grass. It barely even pops out anymore and I don't want to dig it out. Has anyone tried the srt 2000 sprinker remover ?
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Quote from mrdizle
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What's the best way to remove a rotor sprinkler head deep in the grass. It barely even pops out anymore and I don't want to dig it out. Has anyone tried the srt 2000 sprinker remover ?
Simple
dig out with hand sized garden shovel un-crimp take it out.
Put new sprinkler head in and hose clamp it back on the supply line.
Or call a company and pay $100
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Simple
dig out with hand sized garden shovel un-crimp take it out.
Put new sprinkler head in and hose clamp it back on the supply line.
Or call a company and pay $100
Huh? Just unscrew it. Screw back on new one. If grass overgrew it, add some screw on risers.
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