JD 727A and DFS MCS?

Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by TrpD345, Jun 22, 2006.

  1. TrpD345

    TrpD345 LawnSite Member
    Messages: 45

    Will the new JD Dump from the Seat Material Collection System fit on a 727A? I can nt find a dealer that knows? Thanks!
  2. gl1200a

    gl1200a LawnSite Senior Member
    Messages: 512

    No.. The only attachment listed for the 727A, on John Deere's website, is a two bag bagger system.

    I have made several attachments for my 727A myself as I like the smaller frame size. I've attached a photo of my 25 gallon sprayer system I fabricated using a FIMCO sprayer and the front mount weight rack that holds normal 40 lb. suitcase type weights.

    Coincidentally, I am just starting up a fabrication company to manufacturer powered (electric) OCDC for John Deere Z-Traks and Dixie Choppers to start with. Hustlers, Scag and others to come. We're going to be making other attachments as we go.

    Sprayer 6.jpg
  3. EJK2352

    EJK2352 LawnSite Bronze Member
    Messages: 1,150

    Do you spray w/ the boom set that high???? I used to have a setup like that on my Lazer till I bought a PermaGreen. Unless you spray on a perfectly calm day at a real slow ground speed, I would think the drift from your setup would be hard to control at that height???
  4. hmartin

    hmartin LawnSite Senior Member
    Messages: 590

    I know I guy that made one of these. He uses a 10 gallon tank in front instead of weights and can spray a lot more ground than the 25 gallon alone. I agree that boom is way to high.
  5. deereman

    deereman LawnSite Senior Member
    from USA
    Messages: 518

    I guess that I beg the differ on that . It looks like that is a boomless sprayer and they are set at those types of heights just to get the distance that they need to get to spray there intended spray width.
  6. gl1200a

    gl1200a LawnSite Senior Member
    Messages: 512

    That is the factory height of the sprayer and the droplet size is large enough to control the drift. It does not come out as a fine mist.

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