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Discussion in 'Pesticide & Herbicide Application' started by ant, Nov 27, 2010.
is taht a quick connect on that side hose reel gun? also, what did you coat your handles on that gun with? and is what part is that holder you have mounted on the hose reel to hold the gun?
thanks for your answers and nice mods to help further customize you machine
YEP got the quick connect from graingers. they are for pressure washers. coat the handles?
if you look at the pic of the wand for the reel, it is a different color, but maybe it is just dried herbicide./ i thought it looked like it has a clear coating on it or something. why do you have the quick connect? what do you put on there besides the factory nozzle gun? also, what is the item you have hold ing the gun to the reel?
i have a ''add a hose'' 75' in the truck works out well .
nice pic of what you used. i will look for some of those as that is something i want for the handles, they have a couple of times gotten loose and then damaged.
dont they offer something yet? i remember a topic with them on here once about this issue, but they had nothing, and everyone here urged to make it a standard feature.
i would like that!
I will snap a pic of them to show you what they look like close up when I got to the shop
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You are an older member than me so you remember Larry Stone and pictures of The STONE-A-GREEN. The Stone-A-Green had two can sprayers on it, mounted in very similar fashion. They worked well for him and should work well for you. The Stone-A-Green could still cut grass when not being used as a Spread & Spray. Stone would spot spray weeds on the Fly while mowing.
BTW Stone is alive and well and living in the Poconos. Has not done athletic fields in years now. he does mostly Ponoco estates which pay him year round. We talk on the phone and E Mail multiply times each week.