Question about Nelson Sprinkler: Traveling Tractor
My sprinkler must have tipped over and the black plastic part that the sprinkler arm is attached to broke. Part of it is still in the shaft. It looks like a nut with threads that attach to the sprinkler arms. I checked the Nelson web site and the sprinkler warehouse site and did not find the part. Can this be replaced?
I just took mine apart about a week ago. If, I recall correctly, you broke the T piece. That black plastic or nylon nut that is still connected to the transmission should thread off fairly easily.
I expect you can buy the part from Nelson.
If, solution #1 is correct and you find you cannot get the part, I've done some truly amazing repairs with that epoxy product called PC7. Depending how much of the part is broken and or missing, you might find a combination of what you have plus a brass T fitting plus the PC 7 will get it working.
You have nothing to loose.
Posted on Dec 08, 2009
If some part of your sprinkler is broken you should replace the whole sprinkler .
Posted on Jul 16, 2009
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