800+ for the NSL, over 1k for the MSL310# sounds like about 1/2 the ballast required, no?
I have the 45 gallon 3ph sprayer from Frontier and you have to pay attention to terrain very closely when using it as the shifting of the water when you turn can be almost violent. Stay off side hills and even ditch edges at any angles as when the water shifts, it happens all at once and you can feel it move the tractor around.Looks cool! Just be careful. The sloshing of water can shift your center of gravity and cause an accident.
Low and slow when hauling dense material like gravel in the FEL. Keep the top of the bucket below hood height at all times when moving and don't lift and dump while turning front wheels.All good points, thanks. Sand in the factory ballast box, and we only move water on the smooth terrain between raised bed boxes. Frankly, all I’ve used the loader for up to this point is for moving logs to the splitter. There is a gravel project on the calendar next month though.
But to be safe, don't apply the liquid in the tank. You'll slosh once you do. Unless you use it all at the destination end point.The following is a little outside my wheelhouse:
If the tank is full (and I mean overflowing, that's good, cap it), how much sloshing occurs?