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    How to connect 12v sprayer to JD 1025r

    I know there has to be an easy solution to my question. How do I connect a 12v pull behind sprayer to my 1025r? I have the 12v plugin next to my seat so I'm assuming there has to be some kind of adapter to hook my sprayer into that port correct? It would be nice to have an "on and off" switch with it.

    Thanks for any help or advice you can give guys!

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    I put a cigarette lighter plug on my sprayer & plug it into the 12 volt outlet on the fender.
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    This is what we did on our Northstar Sprayer (post #3) and has worked out well so far.

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    What sprayer do you have?

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    Almost all available 12-volt sprayers use a similar power cable. It usually involves alligator clamps or eye-terminals connected via duplex bullet connectors to a power switch running back to the sprayer.

    As such, parts are readily available to do whatever you need.

    If your sprayer comes with alligator clamps you can simply cut them off and attach a 12-volt accessory plug. If the clamps are attached with a bullet connector you can get a plug-on harness that provides a 12-volt accessory plug. The last time I was at TSC they had a complete power harness for $10 that included both the alligator clamps and the 12-volt accessory plug all pre-wired to duplex bullet connectors.

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    If you really want to go Pro, grab one of these wireless adapters from Tractor Supply. It has the same duplex bullet connectors and goes in-line with your power cable and gives you a wireless fob for on/off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jgayman View Post
    What sprayer do you have?

    It's a Countyline 30 Gallon pull behind sprayer from TSC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jgayman View Post
    Almost all available 12-volt sprayers use a similar power cable. It usually involves alligator clamps or eye-terminals connected via duplex bullet connectors to a power switch running back to the sprayer.

    As such, parts are readily available to do whatever you need.

    If your sprayer comes with alligator clamps you can simply cut them off and attach a 12-volt accessory plug. If the clamps are attached with a bullet connector you can get a plug-on harness that provides a 12-volt accessory plug. The last time I was at TSC they had a complete power harness for $10 that included both the alligator clamps and the 12-volt accessory plug all pre-wired to duplex bullet connectors.

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    If you really want to go Pro, grab one of these wireless adapters from Tractor Supply. It has the same duplex bullet connectors and goes in-line with your power cable and gives you a wireless fob for on/off.

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    It looks like I need to make a visit to TSC! Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by greenrunner View Post
    It's a Countyline 30 Gallon pull behind sprayer from TSC.
    Perfect, you should be able to get the $10 power cable adapter kit from TSC and you're all set!
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    I got a TSC kit and it works great!

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    Went to the truck stop, bought a cigarette lighter plug, cut off the plug that came on my sprayer and installed the new plug. Works great.
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