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225 Gallon Dual Reel Utility Bed Mounted Weed Spray Rig

Posted by Andrew Greess on

NIce weed control sprayer mounted in a utility bed for a landscape client.

225 Poly Leg Tank

Honda Engine

Hypro 8-Roller Pump

Dual Cox Hose Reels - for maximum productivity

utility bed landscape sprayer

We mount the reels on the toolbox to save bed space.  

This is a component mount sprayer.  There is no frame/skid.  For this application, the frame adds almost no value so we bolt directly to the vehicle (component mount sprayer) to save cost & weight.

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