Thank you for taking the time to get these pics and label them. This is exactly the info i was looking for.
A few questions:
How wide a swath can you cover effectively with the boomless cluster nozzle?
Do you recall what nozzles you have on the Tjet?
Thats a great idea being able to switch between the 2 setups . I have been contemplating how to rig a larger tank set up instead of the 60 gallon stock set up on 3 point. Your trailer and tank set up looks like just the ticket as im only spraying about 120 acres total myself. Being able to mix 250 gallons at a time would be much more convenient.
Someplaces call it a boomjet, some a teejet..
Over 40' wide, close to 50'.
The nozzles are the 20. I don't know what size it is but they come numbered 06, 10,20,or 40.
I maybe should have started with the 10. My rough ground doesn't allow fast enough travel speed to really take advantage of what the 20s can put out.
If you do build a trailer rig, I recommend getting a lower profile (cylinder shape) tank if you have any hilly ground at all. The tote (came with a 2" outlet valve) worked good and was less than $30, but being so small footprint and so tall, it really raised the center of gravity when filled to the 300 gal mark and tho I never had trailer & tank turn over, I sure thought it might a few times.
The top of the tote tank is getting really brittle from sitting in the sun too. It crackled a bit when I was filling it recently, just from the weight of me leaning on it. Pretty thin plastic on top.
The guy in this video, has something wrong. Low rpm on his pto pump...bad roller in his pump...clogged strainer..or sucking air, but it's 'spitting' too much and making too much mist for that kind of cluster....unless the wind is blowing when he made the video.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UylJfjNqZ3U
I used to have a build thread on that spray rig posted here at CT, but the photos went "poof" a few years ago when imageshack did the same thing photobucket did last year and I no longer have the photos on any disk.