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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by jsbmaine, Jun 20, 2006.
This belongs to a friend of mine, thought you guys might be interested. It's a Tyler Patriot, 1997
here's another view
NICE!!! How fast do you pray witht houghs things.. i saw one the other day and he was trucking it!!! Usually when i am doing spraying on the golf course the rule of thumb is 30 psi at 3 mph... those big sprayers you got look like fun though!!! show us some of oyur other big equipment
that sprayer has auto boom height adjust, computer controlled, and is a hydro. You can spray anywhere from .5mph to 15mph depending on conditions. basically you tell the computer your gallons per acre and how high you want the boom from either the crop or the soil, and then it adjusts the height and pressure to account for changes in speed and terrain.
I'll post some haying equip pics tommorrow if the weather is ok
here's a pic of my pickup with a load of hay.....
How big a tank is that... they look small for how big the machine is... im asuming the machine has ac radio etc???
750 gal tank. Rick uses 2 tenders to keep it going. yes, it has ac cd mp3 sat radio, etc
i wish i could afford one of my own, i use a 500 gal with 30' booms-
the patriot is 80' boom with 5 way nozzles btw- in the pic the booms are only half way extended
Jeff, lets see the bunton!
Nice looking sprayer, and the ford.
ok, i'll take pics of the lawn stuff in the morning and post them
the bunton is the best of the bunch, so don't anybody laugh!
here it is, a well traveled mower. Franklin MA, to Appleton ME, to Malvern PA
all in less than a year....