GreenPro Lawn & Tree Sprayer on 2000 Isuzu FRR

Discussion in 'Marketplace' started by OrganicBob69, Mar 5, 2010.

  1. OrganicBob69

    OrganicBob69 LawnSite Member
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    · A very attractive unit with great versatility for maximum production.
    · Mileage -only 36,473 miles.
    · Turbo-diesel engine with automatic transmission, air conditioning and power steering.
    · Trailer hitch receiver with plug for trailer lights.
    · Includes an air-gap fill system for the four large tanks.
    · Has three gliding roll-up doors with locks. Two doors enclose the Lawn Care Section and the Tree Care Section, and the third opens to a large storage area in the rear of the truck where up to a ton of granular product (i.e. lime) can be stored.

    Lawn Care Section
    · Has two 200-gallon tanks with jet agitation and a 50-gallon custom mix tank.
    · Pump for lawn care is Udor RO70, 20gpm, powered by a 5.5HP Honda motor with electric start.
    · Includes a Gregson-Clark ECO 500 Spray Injection System allowing a pesticide to be selectively added to the spray mix at the gun when spraying fertilizer. Has a specially modified ChemLawn gun with two triggers. Includes 400 feet of ½ inch spray hose on a Hannay electric reel with optional hose roller guides.

    Tree Care Section
    · Has one 300 gallon tank and one 200 gallon tank both with jet agitation, and a 30 gallon custom mix tank.
    · Pump is a Beta-150, 40gpm powered by a power-take-off.
    · Includes 300 feet of ¾ inch spray hose on a Hannay 1500 reel with optional hose roller guides for spraying large trees, and 300 feet of ½ inch spray hose on an electric Hannay reel with optional hose roller guides for spraying small trees and shrubs, and for liquid soil injection feeding.
    · Spray guns are an FMC 785 John Bean gun for the ¾ inch hose and a JD9-C gun for the ½ inch hose.
    · A special “feeding needle” made with parts from a John Bean 785 spray gun is included with spare injection needles and tips.

    Entire vehicle and unit are in very good condition and ready to make you money.
    Costs $70,000.00 new in 2000. Today’s cost is closer to $90,000.
    Buy this used one for $35,000.00 or best offer.

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  2. DUSTYCEDAR

    DUSTYCEDAR LawnSite Fanatic
    from PA
    Posts: 5,137

    that truck is awesome
     
  3. cpel2004

    cpel2004 LawnSite Bronze Member
    Posts: 1,416

    Super bad truck, I wish......
     

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