Trailer / 200 gal Lesco Sprayer for sale

Discussion in 'Marketplace' started by hairbearxx, Jan 5, 2012.

  1. hairbearxx

    hairbearxx LawnSite Member
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    Selling my spray tank and my trailer.

    200 gallon Lesco sprayer. It has an electric hose reel and approx. 350 ft of hose. It ran great all of last year. I bought it in 2004. I have a couple 12 volt ride on lawn mower batteries that rewind the hose reel, but the hose reel motor still works the same way it did when I bought it years ago. No problem with pressure going through the pump. I never turned up the pressure past 150 psi. The only things I ever sprayed out of it was fertilizer and 3 way weed control. I'm asking $1500 for the tank.

    14X6 utility trailer also for sale. She has a few surface rust marks, but it is still super strong. It has L bent braces, not the welded together kind, to help keep it strong. The tool box in front is approx. 2X6, and it has a stainless steel diamond plate lid. I bought brand new tires for it last year. I usually carried my tank on it that weighed about 1800 lbs when it is full, along with my ride on spreader, which weighs another 300 lbs, along with about 600 lbs of fert at one time, and never had any problems. I'm asking $1500 for the trailer.

    Take them both at the same time and I'll go down to $2500. I'm located in Indianapolis.

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  2. hairbearxx

    hairbearxx LawnSite Member
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    Oh, yeah, in case you don't know, it has a 2" hitch.
     
  3. bls47303

    bls47303 LawnSite Senior Member
    from Indiana
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    recoil starter broke? looks like it is missing
     
  4. phillie

    phillie LawnSite Senior Member
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    Ya, either that or he put an electric start on it.
     
  5. hairbearxx

    hairbearxx LawnSite Member
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    The automatic recoil works just fine. I just never had a power source to plug it to. What I have been doing is hooking it up to a 12 volt battery with jumper cables and it winds up with no problem at all. Thanks for the question, and let me know if you have anymore!
     
  6. hairbearxx

    hairbearxx LawnSite Member
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    If you are talking about the actual motor that runs the pump, yeah, the recoil broke on that a few years ago. I just wrap a rope around the center of the motor and pull it the old fashioned way. 99% of the time it starts on the first pull!
     
  7. brian1425

    brian1425 LawnSite Member
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    So did you sell your business? You started a post a couple weeks ago trying to sell your accounts. Any luck?
     
  8. hairbearxx

    hairbearxx LawnSite Member
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    Hey, Brian, Thanks for asking. It's kind of cool. I have a type of bidding war going on with a couple big names. Bad news is, with our lovely economy being the way it is, I am only going to get about 55 to 60 percent of what I grossed last year. So it's pretty much sold. That's why it's safe for me to sell my equipment.
     
  9. hairbearxx

    hairbearxx LawnSite Member
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    doin a little bumpin!
     
  10. jslandscapingservice

    jslandscapingservice LawnSite Member
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    Is the sprayer still for sale?
     

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