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Need help replacing a large sprinkler rotor- see pics

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Old 09-15-19, 04:14 PM
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Need help replacing a large sprinkler rotor- see pics

I found this sprinkler sliced, spewing water. Went to HD. I think it’s some form of rain bird 42sa- 3/4” attachment. But it’s much longer. The smaller tube goes inside the larger one. The local HD was worthless- nothing this size.

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Old 09-15-19, 04:59 PM
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It doesn't look sliced..... it looks broken.
I don't recognize that piece that at all. Possibly a member has seen it.
 
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The smaller tube fits in the larger one. I think the yard guys mower took the top off the smaller tube. So itís probably some sprayer which has a 10Ē pop up or so. Just no model number anywhere
 
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https://www.sprinklerwarehouse.com/p...c-pop-up-913ts

side inlet pop up.. what brand head is in it will usually tell you brand
 
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The smaller tube looks like it fits in the larger one. The smaller tube looks very similar to the rainbird 42SA, I just canít find anything as long as my current sprinkler.
 
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Rats thatís 1/2Ē inlet. Mine is 3/4Ē
 
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are they using side inlet or bottom?
 
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Bottom inlet. The side inlet isnít used
 
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Followup- rainbird 5000 series (5012)
 
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