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    25 gal JD Sprayer solved short hose problems

    Little project got tired of the short hose so I added a 50í hose reel. Works perfect!




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    Great idea.
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    Every time I use my spot sprayer I struggle with the hose. I have a total of 40í of hose. I just loop it on the sprayer tank when done.

    I really need a setup like you have. Care to share what exactly it is - brand and where you purchased?
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    Quote Originally Posted by coaltrain View Post
    Every time I use my spot sprayer I struggle with the hose. I have a total of 40í of hose. I just loop it on the sprayer tank when done.

    I really need a setup like you have. Care to share what exactly it is - brand and where you purchased?
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    That is a nice clean setup but I'm just curious, why do you need such a long hose? I have the same sprayer and since it is mounted to my "self propelled" tractor it is easy to drive the whole thing to within factory hose length of whatever I am spraying. :-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by jgayman View Post
    That is a nice clean setup but I'm just curious, why do you need such a long hose? I have the same sprayer and since it is mounted to my "self propelled" tractor it is easy to drive the whole thing to within factory hose length of whatever I am spraying. :-)
    It was a pain gathering up the hose and drive another 20ft. Iíve got beds spread all around on 1.5ac. It made the job so easy now feeding the flowerbeds.
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    Nice setup!
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    Quote Originally Posted by jgayman View Post
    That is a nice clean setup but I'm just curious, why do you need such a long hose? I have the same sprayer and since it is mounted to my "self propelled" tractor it is easy to drive the whole thing to within factory hose length of whatever I am spraying. :-)
    I donít know how many times I didnít realize this......most of what I need to spray can be done from the seat.
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    Quote Originally Posted by coaltrain View Post
    I donít know how many times I didnít realize this......most of what I need to spray can be done from the seat.
    Thatís exactly how I do it with my 25-gallon sprayer. I keep the factory hose mostly rolled up around the tank and only uncurl a few feet, enough for me to hold the wand with my left hand while I drive around the property spraying everything. I never leave the operators seat.
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