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Dan Loehr
Posted 6/21/2024 11:47 (#10782271)
Subject: landing pad on trailer???

Holland, Indiana (SW IN)
My second post trying to set up a trailer to get BY this year
Spraying fungicide on soybeans one T 40 drone 4 batteries
Will be moving to multiple farms along rock roads, vacant lots, probably more places than I can guess now
What little I know dust from a rock road isn't good --I don't want to fight ticks and chiggars in grass or cut it low enough to land

I have these trailers ---
I have enough "stuff" around to easily build a 8 1/2' X 12' "deck" to land on sticking out back of either the 3 axle or the gooseneck
Will probably need to have deck elevated ---on the 3 axle "thought I'd let it stick out past the back end 8' and elevate it 30" or so to keep it from dragging
Gooseneck just set it on the back --let it stick out back 4' or so -what I have to patch together for deck will add one foot to height
I have non slip steps to use

I can build a bigger deck but not quickly

Advice appreciated --I'm probably making this too hard


Thought I may as well add pics of everything I have to use --Don't think the 5000 gal sprayer tender would work???
have a couple 300 gal totes for mixed product and plenty of water totes

Edited by Dan Loehr 6/21/2024 12:01

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