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Re: Fargo Sprayer

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01-25-2013 08:19:16

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What would you like to know? We have one made in the 1940s. It came with a gasoline engine to run the pump and to suck water out of road ditches/creeks to fill the sprayer with (now it has a pto roller pump). It has a 125 gallon aluminum tank, and it originally had pipe booms that would fill up with rust and junk; we still have them in the barn, but they were replaced with more modern nozzles and hoses and a canister-type filter. The center control unit is kind of neat- you move the control one way to send water to the boom, the other to suck it back, and leave it in neutral to simply agitate. Any questions you have I'll try to answer, but like most sprayers these outfits are made up of pretty common components based on your needs, so I don't know what is "correct" or original so to speak. We went to a larger tandem rig with a centrifugal pump and are happier, but the Fargo does have its place.

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Tristan in MN

01-25-2013 18:21:23

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 Re: Fargo Sprayer in reply to LonM, 01-25-2013 08:19:16  
Mine has a roller pump, and a faily short hitch. the only funny thing is that when the booms are folded back for transport they nearly drag on the ground, mine does have the steel booms with brass? tips. they are new to me, the internet did not yield much info on these machines. I was just wondering when this style was produced. Thanks Lon for your help.

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