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Discussion in 'Pesticide & Herbicide Application' started by GreenAcresFertCo., Feb 16, 2012.
Come on...... 8 more inches!! (Thats what she said)
Any ideas on the cost of these units?
The guy at Monroe Flint told me give or take 3k..IF they'll build it.
I really like the idea of not having to pull a trailer but thats alot of weight hanging on the back end of a pickup. we run salt spreaders that hang on the reciever hitch and I can tell you sometimes my one ton feels light on the front end if the salt spreader is loaded and no plow is on the frotn to counter the weight. I couldn't imagine a z spray hanging that far off the back of the truck, the front end of the truck has to be light. i think i would rather pull a trailer and have the ability to haul more water, fert. to boot. Safety first!
Have to agree with you on this I think I will just stay with the trailer, seems a little scary to me.
Its a great idea, but I have 2 words that make it not work....box truck....
Wheres the chrome wheels?
I don't think you can salt with a box truck. I think the purpose here is dual use.
Cadzilla.... 2 posts newby...did you name yourself after zz tops 1948 custom caddy?
And he spelled it wrong to boot. CadZZilla. Two z's for ZZ Top.
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