Weighted Sled Base

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  • CBH - Jul 29th 2022


    The sled is plastic. Nowhere does it say the material it is made of but one would believe "weighted" most likely means a heavy material like steel. I bought 5 to use in a series for pre wetting for wildland fire threat. Once set I shouldn't have an issue but I am aggravated with them not being steel.

  • James - Aug 8th 2020

    Weighted Sled Base

    Very fast service - sprinkler bases work great

  • Bruce - Jun 24th 2020

    Works great for my application

    Use for building my own nursery sprinklers with wobblers. Stable but easy to move around.

  • Henry - Sep 14th 2019

    Good base

    Used to mount some Rainbird rotor heads. Work great.

  • David - Sep 9th 2019

    Weighted sled base

    These are perfect for my wobbler sprinkler heads.

  • James - Jun 9th 2018

    Perfect for moveable sprinkler stand irrigation system

    I use these with a 3ft riser and wobbler head, sturdy enough but still easy to move around


Stable but portable, the Weighted Sled Base for Irrigation Sprinklers from DripWorks can make your watering routine easier. This sled sprinkler base is sturdy but still easy to move as needed.

Our weighted sleds have 1/2" female pipe threads on top to accept the Adjustable Gear Drive or Mini-Wobbler sprinklers. You can easily adapt this product to accommodate other types of sprinklers as well.

The female hose thread (FHT) inlet and male hose thread (MHT) outlet let you hook up these Weighted Sled Bases in series using a garden hose or mainline tubing.


  • Color may vary from that shown in the image
  • Use fittings compatible with 1/2" female pipe threads
  • Applicable with garden hoses or mainline tubing

Color may vary.

Warning: This product can expose you to Lead, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to

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