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Hunter Industries

Model PGP-ADJ

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Store SKU #876936

PGP Gear-Drive Rotor Sprinkler with 3-Gallon Per Minute Nozzle

$8.88 /each
  • Rotary sprinkler provides water efficiency and uniform watering
  • Integral rubber cover with covered sockets helps to keep dirt out
  • 40 - 360 degree arc provides an adjustable watering range

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The PGP Gear-Drive Rotor Sprinkler with 3-Gallon Per Minute Nozzle features an adjustable 40 - 360 degree arc for versatile coverage. The rotary sprinkler provides water-saving efficiency and uniform water distribution for consistent results. A durable rubber cover helps to prevent dirt from entering the rotor while a large water screen helps to minimize clogs. The water-lubricated gear drive delivers long-lasting performance.

  • 3-gallon per minute nozzle provides versatility and easy fine-tuning
  • Evenly-distributed water at an easily-absorbed rate helps to prevent brown spots near the sprinkler head
  • 4,534 sq. ft. of coverage for optimal watering
  • Fast-forward function for quick verification of arc stopping points
  • 4 in. pop-up clears the turf
  • Through-the-top design with symbols for easy adjustment when wet and dry
  • Water-lubricated gear drive for durability
  • Large water screen helps to resist nozzle clogging

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Do they pop up automaticly?

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June 28, 2016
I can't find it on the description.
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Yes once the water pressure builds they rise, once the water pressure decreases they retract back down.
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June 30, 2016
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These do pop up automatically by water pressure.
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June 29, 2016
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Yes, this model is an underground/pop-up model.
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Pop-up spray to rotor conversion

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McKinney, TX
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August 4, 2015
I have standard Hunter pop-up sprayer sprinklers installed. All about 8 years in the ground. I want to change them to rotors. Can I just change the guts of the sprinklers without having to unscrew the body from the underground system?
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No , they users differant body and the head won't screw on to the old body,
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August 25, 2015
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No. the Hunter rotors have a much larger diameter. .
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Most lawn sprinklers have replaceable nozzles (guts). If I understood your question you do not have rotating (rotary) spray patterns from the existing heads, they are stationary. That alteration may not be available by changing out the nozzle, however replacing most sprinklers is a matter of digging around the head/sprinkler and unscrewing the unit, taking it to your local store and matching the NPT Read More
Most lawn sprinklers have replaceable nozzles (guts). If I understood your question you do not have rotating (rotary) spray patterns from the existing heads, they are stationary. That alteration may not be available by changing out the nozzle, however replacing most sprinklers is a matter of digging around the head/sprinkler and unscrewing the unit, taking it to your local store and matching the NPT (inlet), the length, and the spray distance and pattern you want. Read Less
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What is the bottom inlet diameter

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July 5, 2015
I want to know what size fitting I need to purchase to hook this up.

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3/4 inch, using a reducer bushing will get you to 1/2 inch
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I just purchased two of these at the Manchester, MO HD, the inlet is 3/4" NPT.
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1"
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how do i install a pgp sprinkler head?

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June 19, 2016
the head was hit by the lawn mower and then shot up into the air when the water was applied. where can I find directions to repair it on line?
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It's easy, first see if the head can unscrew from the base. If so get a new assembly and remove the head and replace it into the base in the lawn.
If the base is not usable then get a shovel and about 5 inches out push it around the sprinlker head making a circle, don't go to deep hitting the pipe under ground. Once the circle is complete pull the center of the grass out applying some downward Read More
It's easy, first see if the head can unscrew from the base. If so get a new assembly and remove the head and replace it into the base in the lawn.
If the base is not usable then get a shovel and about 5 inches out push it around the sprinlker head making a circle, don't go to deep hitting the pipe under ground. Once the circle is complete pull the center of the grass out applying some downward pressure on the sprinlker head so,it doesn't come out. Clean the dirt in the hole so you can see the base going into the pipe. Unscrew the base making sure no dirt gets into the pipes. Install new base and head, put the grass plug back in and test the sprinlker. Adjustment instructions come with the new head along with different nozzles. You might consider lowering the head if it's getting hit by the mower. Read Less
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Buy the whole new sprinkler head and body together. It will screw on to the funny pipe which is 3/4 inch male.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 93 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great product This is a very good sprinkler if you have large areas to cover. Comes with several spray options along with gallons per minute. I carry a supply of them in my truck as most of my clients use this model. Since they come apart I can swap out the inners only if they get damaged by the Gardner. From the top you can release the nozzle, adjust the nozzle spray , adjust the coverage motion and close off the water with the included key. July 9, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good Product, bad instructions Product works as expected. Unfortuantely, I had to buy 2 since I lost the nozzle screw on the first during my trial-and-error process of setting the arc. The directions in the box are worthless. I don't replace sprinkler heads often and I have 2 brands, so I need directions. I found one hunter video referenced in the instructions that was slightly better than the printed directions, then an even better hunter video after doing a google search. Armed with that information, the second item went in easily. Seriously, it's a bit counterintuitive -- left loosey, righty tighty -- but do not turn the nozzle screw clockwise (righty) more than 5 times or it will shoot out if the water is running. The nozzle screw is what sets the distance of the spray. August 9, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good value on PGP gear drive sprinkler heads I have found these heads to be an excellent value and I will continue to purchase them for our condominium association. August 13, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Hunter Can't beat a hunter, works great for all applications August 9, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent Just what I needed for my underground sprinkler system at a reasonable price, August 3, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great rotor sprinkler head Walked right up to the spot I knew the sprinkler heads would be. I was very happy to find Hunter since that is the brand of my sprinkler system. I had it installed in a jiffy! August 9, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great solution for upgrading an older sprinkler system This is so easy to use when replacing an older sprinkler. Unscrew the old one, screw on the new. Also adjustment to hit the right areas is also easy but read the instructions! The hardest part of the job is digging out the old sprinkler. July 19, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Bad idea Impossible to get it to work, through it away!!!!!!!! July 28, 2016
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