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Looking to purchase first self propelled sprayer. Seeking advice!!!

Currently looking at Used Apache’s online. Located in northeastern Kentucky. 400 acres of corn, soybeans, wheat. Any advice is appreciated

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Verified FBN Member (AR)

Been running Apache for 15 years no problems easy to run

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Have been running an Apache about 15 years also, no major complaints, I honestly liked the original machine with the John Deere engine over ...

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Verified FBN Member (KS)

I’ve been running one for 8 years. Only trouble I have is booms. Mine is 100 foot. People I know who run 90 foot booms don’t have any troubl...

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Verified FBN Member (MN)

I have a CaseIH 4410. It’s been a great machine for me. A neighbor told me once you have self propelled you won’t go back to pull type. He w...

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Verified FBN Member (PA)

Been running Apache for over 15 years no major complaints. Have one for sale an 2016 AS 1230 with 540 hours. 60' 90' foot booms 15" nozzle s...

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Verified FBN Member (ND)

I run a CIH 4430 and love it. Moved up from a pull type and don’t want to go bad. I have 120’ booms and 1200 gal tank vs 120’ booms and 16...

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Verified FBN Member (IA)

I love aim command but for 400ac it be pretty far down the list on things sprayer would have to have

Verified FBN Member (MB, CAN)

I'm on my second selfpropelled unit, if you are looking at machines look the booms over for welds and check the pivot points out for slop an...

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Verified FBN Member (MT)

Ran differing models of Apaches since 2008. Good machines, easy to operate and work on, agree that the booms were definitely the weakest lin...

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Verified FBN Member (IN)

I’ve had an Apache for 11 years. One of the first AS715. 60/90 split booms. It’s never gave me a single problem. OVA is great to deal with a...

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Verified FBN Member (OR)

Running a John Deere 4830. Seriously can’t go wrong with a John Deere. More money yess but in my opinion the quality is much better all arou...

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Verified FBN Member (FL)

I agree about a John Deere sprayer, I have 2, 4720’s

They are just good sprayers!!

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Verified FBN Member (WI)

To go off this post, what are guys spending on a sprayer to justify it. And at what point do you go from pull type to self propelled. Some g...

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Verified FBN Member (OK)

At 2500 acres, I’d say stick with a pull type. I put 4-5,000 acres on my pull type every year, but can’t justify a self-propelled. Besides I...

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Verified FBN Member (TX)

************ or ***** is what we like. Love the front mount boom. Pricey tho

Verified FBN Member (IN)

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Apache probably has the most bang for the buck. I had a 2010 1020 for two years then moved up to a 2012. The 2012 has a tilting hood and rad...

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Verified FBN Member (IL)

********** is right about Apache sprayers. I have the same setup. I also added duals to the back of mine for added floatation in the spring...

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Verified FBN Member (AR)

Farm 350 acres. Most think I'm probably crazy for having a sprayer. It's the same as owning combine and Hooper bottom. Get it done when I wa...

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