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"High Boy" Sprayer Kit Turns Pickup Into High-Rise Sprayer
FARM SHOW readers might be interested to know that we've just taken over manufacturing and marketing of the "high boy" sprayer kit that turns your pickup into a high-rise sprayer (Vol. 22, No. 3).
Invented by Spencer Dickson, Killarney, Manitoba, the frame gives your pickup 45 in. of ground clearance and is powered directly off the rear wheels of the pickup. It's 11 ft. wide and fits 22, 30 or 36 in. rows and any 1/ 2, 3/4 or 1-ton pickup can be used to power the rig.
It's a low-cost alternative to high priced self-propelled high-boy sprayers since most farmers already have a pickup.
Sells for $13,200 (U.S.). (Roger Langseth, F/S Manufacturing, 1102 Center St., West Fargo, N. Dak. 58078; ph 800 333-2314 or 701 281-1729)

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1998 - Volume #22, Issue #5