The JCB stretched Fastrac is very similar to the standard Fastrac - just the tractor’s chassis has been extended increasing the wheelbase. The tractor still offers a great platform for a sprayer and retains all of the Fastrac’s features. By increasing the wheelbase, a larger tank can be fitted enabling increased boom widths up to 38 metres, while maintaining superb weight distribution.

The Landquip sprayer can be easily demounted within 15 minutes allowing the Fastrac to be used for other purposes at short notice.

The stretched Fastrac demount sprayer has tank options of 3000, 3500 or 4000 litres and boom widths up to 38 metres. Increased capacities can be achieved by adding a Landquip Vision Front Tank to the front 3 point linkage. With a 4000 litre rear tank and 1900 litre front tank a total capacity of 5900 litres is achieved while also maintaining superb weight distribution and hence increased traction on steep terrain..

Key features:

  • 3000, 3500 or 4000 litre Stainless steel rear tank
  • Up to 38m Alu-light boom
  • 300 litre fresh water tank
  • 15 litre handwash tank
  • PTO driven 300 or 450 l/min 6 cylinder piston diaphragm or hydraulically driven 700 l/min self priming centrifugal pump.
  • 25 litre stainless steel chemical bowl
  • Electronic spray rate controller
  • Liquid fertiliser ready
  • Operator friendly
  • Superb weight distribution
  • Quick and easy to demount
  • Demount legs
  • Rear mudguards

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