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I don't have any "beef " with it just wondering why they don't make a nozzle that's even all the way through the radius for times when single coverage is best.

From reading manufacturer gloats on the heads/nozzles one would think they did.

Some of my humble precipitation tests show light on long, some light on short and some are light somewhere in between.
Just out of curiosity.... are you a homeowner or a contractor? What is your background in irrigation?
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Just out of curiosity.... are you a homeowner or a contractor? What is your background in irrigation?
He is head of irrigation affairs at Holiday Inn Express
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