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Ferris 5901752

Ferris 5901752 for sale at Lamb and Webster, New York

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Ferris 5901752 for sale at Lamb and Webster, New York

 

Features

100 lbs. Spyker Hopper
The Pathfinder™ FS2100 hopper will handle up to 100 lbs. of granular material providing over one acre of maximum coverage.

12 Gallons of Liquid Capacity
Covers a maximum of 1.1 acres between fill-ups.

Selectable Spray Width
The Pathfinder™ FS2100 allows the operator to select between two spray widths. A 3' spray width is perfect for trim applications and narrow spaces. A 10' broadcast spray is used for wide open spaces.

100% Stainless Steel Frame
Stainless steel resists corrosion from the granular and liquid chemicals distributed by the unit.

Best-in-Class Maneuverability
A low-friction sulky pivots on a 3/4" tapered roller bearing for smooth movement. No mechanical steering assistance is required.

Specifications

Engine Model GX200-URH2
RPM Full Speed: 3750 RPM (No load) Idle: 1400 RPM
Fuel Capacity - gal (L) 2.5 (9.5)
Fuel Type Regular unleaded gasoline, 87 octane or higher
Fuel Shut-Off Valve Located on engine and below tank
Transmission Model Peerless 855 Series, coated for corrosion resistance
Speed Low Gear: 3.5 mph (5.6 km/hr) High Gear: 5.0 mph (8.0 km/hr)
Front Tires 18 x 9.5 - 8, RV antifreeze added for ballast and traction
Rear Tires 13 x 6.50 - 6
Spreader Model Spyker 120 Series
Spreader Hopper Capacity (lbs.) 100
Spray Pump 2.0 gpm mechanically driven diaphragm pump
Sprayer Tank Capacity - gal (L) 12.0 (45.4)
Nozzles Broadcast: Turbo FloodJet TF-VS5 Trim: Turbo TeeJet TT11004VP
Spray Rate Adjustable from 1/4 to 1/2 gallon per thousand square feet
Overall Length - in. (cm) 54.0 (137)
Overall Width - in. (cm) 35.5 (90)
Overall Height - in. (cm) 49.0 (124)
Dry Weight - lbs (kg) 420 (190)
Full Weight - lbs (kg) 640 (290)
Safety Interlock This machine is equipped with a neutral safety start module.
To start the engine, the transmission must be in the neutral (N) position.