1989 Isuzu FTR 1000 Gal Spray Rig

Discussion in 'Seal Coating Forum' started by tnwestes, May 11, 2009.

  1. tnwestes

    tnwestes LawnSite Member
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    * Under 53,000 miles
    * Left and right hand drive
    * Full hydraulic controls in cab
    * Air conditioning
    * 2" hydraulic dual diaphragm pump
    * 80 hp John Deere diesel that runs all hydraulics (SN T04039D307516)
    * 8' spray bar across the back of the truck with full controls in the cab of the truck
    * Hand wand with hose
    * Full sweep hydraulic agitation with forward and reverse
    * 1,000 gallon tank
    * All 6 tires in good condition
    * Fully caged cargo area in the back for tool storage

    A great custom piece of equipment that is set up perfectly to quickly spray large area jobs very efficiently, effectively and with a minimum of man hours. This truck is equipped so that one man can totally operate it with ease and in comfort from inside the cab in the air conditioning.

    We purchased this piece of equipment with the hopes of expanding our existing business, however due to major time constraints it's simply not possible. This will make an excellent rig and moneymaker for someone.


    Call 423-506-4496 with any questions.

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  2. Striper1263

    Striper1263 LawnSite Member
    Posts: 18

    Is that a round tank in a square box? Are you sure that is a 1000 gal rig. I have a 1000 gal rig and it takes up the whole length of the truck, approx 20ft!

    I would like to see more pics of the unit. especially the tank.
  3. tnwestes

    tnwestes LawnSite Member
    Posts: 18

    There is a round tank welded in the bottom so that the agitation works properly (since the sand/denser matter settles to the bottom) and square the rest of the way up. I'm going to get some more pics today of the tank, spray wand, etc.

    I have yet to fill the truck up and am only going by what the previous owner told me. He assured me it was 1000 gallons. I will try and take measurements of the tank to calculate an actual volume.
  4. tnwestes

    tnwestes LawnSite Member
    Posts: 18

    I made measurements of the outside of the tank which came out to over 275,000 sq in. 1000 gallons would be 231,000. I am satisfied that it's a 1000 gallon tank even considering some loss of area due to the round tank in the bottom and the fact that I took outside measurements instead of inside measurements.

    The pictures I took of the inside of the tank didn't turn out very well. You can see in the first picture taken of the top of the tank that it's pretty big. In the next two, if you look closely you can see the welds where the round tank was placed in the bottom. The one I posted of the inside shows one agitation bar and the curvature in the bottom of the tank.

    I have more pictures if needed.





  5. Loooogie

    Loooogie LawnSite Senior Member
    from YORK
    Posts: 295

    Looks like you are spraying water in that picture?

    Looks like a a cool setup, I am sure somebody here will buy it.
  6. tnwestes

    tnwestes LawnSite Member
    Posts: 18

    Still for sale.....
  7. tnwestes

    tnwestes LawnSite Member
    Posts: 18

    SOLD, SOLD, sold...

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