For Sale: 2003 Scag 61" Turf Tiger with 27HP liquid cooled Kawasaki. 1125 hours. Well maintained: oil/filter changes every 50 hours; Hydro fluid & filter changes twice per year; Fuel filter changed annually; Stored inside; Greased regularly; Not abused. Recent work: new deck belts & springs, new drive belt, new idler pulley & bearings, tubes in tires, newer blades, new air filter, parking brake adjusted; new battery; electrical system upgraded. This is a strong running mower with a lot of life left and most all the wear parts have been replaced very recently. The body is in good condition based on the age and "average wear" for this mower, that is according to our local Scag dealer. $4700 2005 Custom 50 gal Sprayer. This is a custom sprayer built locally by a sprayer mfg company. It has a breakaway boom with 3 nozzles that will spray approx 12' across. The control box has been modified, and new switches installed so that it can be mounted and operator won't have to look down to turn switches on and off. One switch controls the pump, then the other 3 open/close the valves to each individual nozzle, so the spray pattern can be cut down for tighter spaces or around obstacles. The output (obviously depending on pressure and ground speed) as we used it is approximately 1/2 gallon per 1000 sq ft. The large tires make it very stable even on rough terrain. This unit was $1500 new. We really haven't used it that much, as we have been acquiring a lot of smaller lawns, and don't need this larger unit. I would guess it only has about 150 hours on it. It has an auxillary battery if the mower you are using cannot supply enough power, but the mower above had no problem with it. It wires up very easily, and all fuses, wires, etc are included. $750 The two items do not have to be purchased together; however they do work well together. We also have a JRCO front mounting spreader with foot controlled on/off pedal that is just a year old...not used that much either. I would consider a package deal. Currently I am having trouble getting the pictures to upload properly; however, if you are interested, please post your email address, and I will send the pictures over as an attachment. As soon as I can, I will get the pictures posted. Thanks.