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    Question LP22862 sprayer?

    Is the JD sprayer worth the $486 price. I can get a fimco 25 gallon pull behind sprayer for $250.

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    I love mine, that being said I bought it in a package deal with my X590. I use the mounted sprayer specifically for dandelions and my pull behind sprayer I use for watering a large garden 500 feet from the nearest hose. The biggest benefit to the mounted sprayer is speed. You can immediately back up and turn around to start your next path. I can also get into tight spaces to use the wand.

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    Is it "worth" the price JD is charging? Probably not. :-) But it is much more convenient and more maneuverable than a pull behind. I have had one for about 4 years that I use with a X500. Even when completely full I have no issues with the weight. I use it mostly with the wand but also occasionally with the boom.

    One other thing I like is it is easy to store. I hang mine right on the wall when finished. My brother has a pull-behind and it is always cluttering up his garage.

    The one disadvantage that is has compared to a pull behind is that due to the weight with liquid you cannot dismount it without first emptying it. Whereas with a pull-behind if you needed to you could unhook it, go do something else, and then come back later hook back up and continue. This really hasn't been a problem for me though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ultra7350 View Post
    Is the JD sprayer worth the $486 price. I can get a fimco 25 gallon pull behind sprayer for $250.
    Also, which tractor do you own? 22681 fits the X300-X500 series. The 22682 that you mentioned, needs an extra mounting bracket which is a little over $100 you would need to add to the total price.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ISPTrooper View Post
    Also, which tractor do you own? 22681 fits the X300-X500 series. The 22682 that you mentioned, needs an extra mounting bracket which is a little over $100 you would need to add to the total price.
    You are correct but you have some numbers transposed. :-)

    LP22861 fits the X300/X500 $459
    LP22862 fits the X700 Click-N-Go mount $486
    BM20714 is the Click-N-Go mount $116

    That Click-N-Go really jacks the price up on an otherwise expensive sprayer. You have to be careful as you will sometimes see the Click-N-Go version advertised for the X400-X500-X700 but the X500 they are referring to are the "old" X500 styles like the X595.


    But the bottom line is that regardless of the way it mounts the two 25-gallon sprayers are identical in the way they operate.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jgayman View Post
    You are correct but you have some numbers transposed. :-)

    LP22861 fits the X300/X500 $459
    LP22862 fits the X700 Click-N-Go mount $486
    BM20714 is the Click-N-Go mount $116

    That Click-N-Go really jacks the price up on an otherwise expensive sprayer. My X500 uses the good 'ol Car-Go mounts. I have no idea why JD did away with it. You have to be careful as you will sometimes see the Click-N-Go version advertised for the X400-X500-X700 but the X500 they are referring to are the "old" X500 styles like the X595.


    But the bottom line is that regardless of the way it mounts the two 25-gallon sprayers are identical in the way they operate.
    Yeah I noticed the numbers were backwards after I hit reply. My sprayer does not utilize the cargo mounts on my 2015 X590. The bottom of the mount is secured to hitch with a pin, and the top secures to a bracket mounted just above the hitch on the tractor’s frame. I can take the empty sprayer off in 10 seconds or less.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ISPTrooper View Post
    Yeah I noticed the numbers were backwards after I hit reply. My sprayer does not utilize the cargo mounts on my 2015 X590. The bottom of the mount is secured to hitch with a pin, and the top secures to a bracket mounted just above the hitch on the tractor’s frame. I can take the empty sprayer off in 10 seconds or less.
    Duh! My X500 mounts the same way. For some reason I was confusing the sprayer with my bucket mount which does use the CarGo mounts. Sorry for the confusion.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ISPTrooper View Post
    Also, which tractor do you own? 22681 fits the X300-X500 series. The 22682 that you mentioned, needs an extra mounting bracket which is a little over $100 you would need to add to the total price.
    I have a x738. I already have the click-n-go bracket for my suitcase weights. I was thinking about adding a 3 point hitch. If they sell a sprayer cheaper for a 3 point I might be interested to go that route.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ultra7350 View Post
    I have a x738. I already have the click-n-go bracket for my suitcase weights. I was thinking about adding a 3 point hitch. If they sell a sprayer cheaper for a 3 point I might be interested to go that route.
    Fimco has a nice 3-point for around $350. I looked at one for the 1025R I had before I traded it in.

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    I purchased the 25 gal tow behind sprayer for the first time this year to spray instead of mow the perimeter of my 5 acres. Worked perfectly towed behind my X758; That said would have liked the on -off switch to be a little closer to my hand so I wouldn't have to reach behind, repositioning the switch farther forward on the cable would be better and would have figured out a better way to locate the wiring as it runs over the hand sprayer line so you have to disconnect the wiring to unwind the hand sprayer. Not big issues but would be an improvement in my opinion. Otherwise did the job of killing everything adjacent to the fence line so I never have to mow that area again. Only other comment is that it runs out of fluid pretty fast at 2 gal a min.

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