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3-Point Sprayer, 40 Gallon, 2.1 GPM

The average rating for this product is 3 out of 5 stars
1 review
This 3-point sprayer with a 40 gallon polyethylene tank has a single spray boom, with 4 nozzles that will cover 120 inches on a pass. The sprayer has a Category 1 hitch and is equipped with a 12 volt diaphragm pump that can pump up to 2.1 gpm.
Due to the size and/or weight of this product, it must be shipped via Motor Freight Truck only. Someone must be present for delivery.
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Product Overview

Use this 3-point sprayer with a Category 1 hitch on your tractor to spray your garden. The sprayer has a 40 gallon polyethylene tank and system components that are Roundup® ready, so it is ideal for agricultural spraying. The sprayer system is equipped with a 12 volt diaphragm demand style pump that can pump up to 2.1 gpm with an operating pressure of 0 to 60 PSI. The pump has an 8 ft. lead wire with a remote switch.

The 3-point sprayer has a boom assembly with break away hinges for compact storage. There are 4 nozzles along the boom, each with a spray radius of 110°. Together, the four spray nozzles will cover 120 inches. If you need spot spraying, the 3-point sprayer has a hand held pistol style wand.

  • Model: LG-40-3PT-12V
  • 3-Point Sprayer, 40 Gallon
  • FIMCO Industries
  • 40 Gallon polyethylene tank
  • Pump: 12 Volt, on-demand
  • GPM: 2.1
  • Pressure: 0 to 60 PSI
  • Adjustable pressure gauge
  • Hose length: 25 Ft.
  • Pistol grip handgun
  • Bolt on frame
  • 4 Nozzle boom, fold behind 3 section boom
  • Break-away hinges on boom
  • 120 in. spray coverage
  • 8 ft.lead wire with remote switch
  • Category 1 hitch
  • Roundup® ready
  • Weight: 80 Lbs.
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Based on 1 review
The average rating for this product is 3 out of 5 stars
Overall Rating: 3.0/5.0
Customer Reviews
March 01, 2021
Good product with modifications
This shopper rated the product 3 out of 5 stars

This is the cheapest 3-point hitch sprayer you're going to find and cheap quality is what you get. However, with some modifications, it's not a bad sprayer. First off, there are 4 bolts underneath that bolt the poly tank to the metal frame; throw those bolts away. If you install them, when the tank starts rocking back and forth, the plastic will crack and you'll have a leak to fix. Second, to stop the tank from sliding on the frame when full, add some double sided tape or some rubber sticky stuff in between the tank and the metal frame and bolt the straps down TIGHT. This should solve the sway problem. Third, weld in some gussets at the bottom where the 3-point hitch pins bolt onto the metal frame. After having gone through a bumpy field with a full 40 gallons, it bent both lower 3-point hitch mounts up; the gussets solve that problem. Fourth, the pump on these things will randomly quit working after cutting it off. The pump will turn on but it won't make pressure. After some Googling, I found that the fix is to take the hose off of the pump outlet, turn the pump on, and blow water (full force) from a garden hose into the pump outlet. When you stop the garden hose, there should be pressure coming out of the pump. If it doesn't work, repeat the procedure. I have ALWAYS been able to get the pump working again. Fifth, the stock pressure gauge sucks, so I would advise getting a new one. With this advise and modifications, I use this sprayer every year to spray herbicide on 25 acres of hay. It ain't the fastest sprayer, but it's cheap and with these modifications, it gets the job done.

Part time farmers from VA