(2)Used spray trucks & fert. buggies (entire rigs) for sale

Discussion in 'Marketplace' started by janwade, Aug 9, 2007.

  1. janwade

    janwade LawnSite Member
    Messages: 33

    These are UD 1400 like a NPR cab over - - spray rigs made by Graham Lawn Equipment 10'6" aluminum truck bed with 30" x 44" x 91" aluminum box
    Tuflex HX600 gallon fiberglass tank
    Tuflex 100 gallon fiberglass tank
    Bean pressure regulator - high volume
    Spraying systems pressure regulator - low volume
    Mechanical agitation in 600 gallon tank
    Jet agitation in 100 gallon tank
    Bean 10-10 pump
    Two Hannay electric reels
    Two rolls 1/2" x 400' GLE 600 PSI hose
    Two Chemlawn guns wilth nozzles
    pto driven ... full aluminum beds. These trucks are used daily for weed control & fertilization... They also include a rack that fits in the hitch to haul the ride-on spreaders...
    These units are road ready & will be used by us until the day they are sold...
    These units are sister units (look just alike) - - Diesel Trucks & will haul the load...700 gal liquid, 2000#s plus fert., fert. bug, drivers, etc... They have been very good trucks to us & continue being...
    If anyone interested please let me know!!
  2. BobcatBoy06

    BobcatBoy06 LawnSite Member
    Messages: 184

    What are you looking to get out of the trucks, what year are they miles, etc?
  3. janwade

    janwade LawnSite Member
    Messages: 33

    i think they are 1995 models mileage not sure 60,000 or so & i think they have 5,000 or so hours on them... both are diesel... run very good!
    we are looking to get about $29k for each includes racks & ride on spreaders...they were out today in the 100+degree heat all day!!
  4. teeca

    teeca LawnSite Bronze Member
    Messages: 1,202

    any chance of pictures?
  5. janwade

    janwade LawnSite Member
    Messages: 33

    yes, I will try to take pictures sometime today when the trucks get back in, but it might take a little bit to get them on this site... I just became a member of the site this week so, I will have to learn how??? Thanks for your interest!!

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