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pplm
11-15-2010, 11:38 AM
Anyone have any z-spray setup pictures. Looking to carry my z-spay in an enclosed trailer with an extra 100 gallon tank to fill the z-spray up from.

rcreech
11-15-2010, 12:19 PM
Anyone have any z-spray setup pictures. Looking to carry my z-spay in an enclosed trailer with an extra 100 gallon tank to fill the z-spray up from.

Go on my profile and you will see pics of how we do it.

100 gallon tank isn't going to cut it.

That thing will go though 100 gallons of water by lunch on most days!
:)

indyturf
11-15-2010, 06:47 PM
Go on my profile and you will see pics of how we do it.

100 gallon tank isn't going to cut it.

That thing will go though 100 gallons of water by lunch on most days!
:)

Hey Rod,
I was wondering how easy the Z loads into your box truck and handles the incline of the ramp. I'm thinking about getting a Z-jr 36 this winter. I'm gonna take my truck to Z-Spray and test out loading after the season ends.

gregory
11-15-2010, 07:41 PM
Go on my profile and you will see pics of how we do it.

100 gallon tank isn't going to cut it.

That thing will go though 100 gallons of water by lunch on most days!
:)

i remember seeing the post when you built that trk.it looked great back then and looks great now. very nice set up real professional looking........

rcreech
11-15-2010, 09:00 PM
Hey Rod,
I was wondering how easy the Z loads into your box truck and handles the incline of the ramp. I'm thinking about getting a Z-jr 36 this winter. I'm gonna take my truck to Z-Spray and test out loading after the season ends.

It does really well!

When you are backing down loaded there it is really simple.
When you are going up the ramp...if there is some liquid in the tank and hopper is empty it gets a little light on the front but if you step off and walk it up it goes up great.

I love the set up and would highly recommend it!

turf hokie
11-15-2010, 09:16 PM
It does really well!

When you are backing down loaded there it is really simple.
When you are going up the ramp...if there is some liquid in the tank and hopper is empty it gets a little light on the front but if you step off and walk it up it goes up great.

I love the set up and would highly recommend it!

I ride mine backwards in and forward out, no issues ever...full or empty...

rcreech
11-15-2010, 09:21 PM
I ride mine backwards in and forward out, no issues ever...full or empty...

Huhhhh......

Never tried it.

I will have the guys try that!

Thanks,
RC

turf hokie
11-15-2010, 09:58 PM
Huhhhh......

Never tried it.

I will have the guys try that!

Thanks,
RC

I tried the way you do it, you will be amazed at how much safer/more comfortable it is to go backwards in and forward out.

Let me know what you think!!
Bryan