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ITS ON.....



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Cant wait to see it done and working.

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Lol between work & this dam idea I'm falling out.. I'm at the end but no we're near done.. I'm faceing a electrical nightmare! That's after the hydraulics. I'm all in now! Not stoping! 1 more month...

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Is that a fly wheel?

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hydraulic worm gear

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Need to focus on roof cleaning not this! Your guys falt, Wit the words of wisdom on the chat box! Another 10 hrs wasted on this... Going forward!!!



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I love the beer cans all over the place dude! Is that drill left out in all kinds of weather? Is your neighbor in competition with you?

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Pat...can't help but wonder if less beer=faster work!


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chit.. with out beer there is no way this could be done!

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I don't know Ray, Dans last statement could be true............

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Screwed the pooch! Im a little high.. Wanted total height to be 12' 4" off the ground. Looks like im gonna be 12' 8" Oh well still with in bridge height... Pics are to show that im doing it strong.. After these pics i think you guys will get the picture of what ive been talking about for the past year...



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You must do some extremly tall roofs. Unless you can get next to the home or business with it. How will it be used?

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The same way your local tree guy gets his bucket truck to a tree.. In this case its easyer..

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Tree guys boom is like 45'or 60'

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maybe I missed it, but what is this for?

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Patrick G wrote:

Tree guys boom is like 45'or 60'


 I owned a tree co for 17 years bro.. After the crash of 08 sold it all & went full time roof cleaning ... The 'WORKING' height of a average tree truck is 55 ft

My truck is 10 FT my boom will extend 40 FT & my pump will shoot a min of 20 ft Thats 70 ft of love spraying 3 storyes up that ass baby....



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How have you reinforced the truck. Get that baby 45 ft in the air with a decent blow and you will have a convertible truck.

What impact does that put on the load of the truck etc.


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Can it tip? Who's going up first?

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What about the back of the house?

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Houses have backs on them???



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Ugg.. I thought a picture speaks a 1,000 words? ok..

On the second pic post - 3rd pic you will see a yellow part. That is 1/2" steel monted to the floor wit 8"x 1" harden steel bolts going thru & in turn mounts brackets to the frame of the truck 10 bolts 5 -1/2" steel brackets.. A 3 ft 4" diamiter schedual 80 steel pipe is welded to this plate, in turn a 3-1/2" schedual 80 steel pipe that is 7' 4" long goes threw the roof of the truck and slides into the 4" pipe ( see pic #6 on the 3rd pic post) The actual sticks ( boom) only ways under 200 lbs, & is mounted on a steel spine. Please dont assume that its just mounted on the top of a box truck.. It hurts my feelings!

This is not ment to lift anything or anyone. Its only ment to hold its one weight. our same cleaning hose runs threw it.

The only good ? i got out of this was by Eric ( what about the back of the house) The only way i can explain this is in tree co terms.
We have a bucket truck, But we still have are spikes,belt & landuard's we can not always get the truck in the back yard. But the real deal is that 90% of the ho"s just want the front cleaned (the north side) and 90% of the time i do just that..

The assembley is finished and is mounted on the truck (pic's did not go threw) Now its moters, hydraulics & wireing.. Gonna take a little time. gotta pay attention to roof cleaning & walk away from this for a little while.

THIS IS A 12 VOLT SYSTEM....

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Please be careful and fully test this boom with massive amounts of sand bags before you or someone else get's in this thing.



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I don't think anyone will be in it. It is strictly for spraying. Pretty sure it is controlled from the ground and meant to just have a chem hose/wand at the top, for reaching roofs. 

I wanted to reply for you, Dan, because I cannot take your spell check or mis typing. I had to get a Russian translator to read your last post. LOL.... 



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Lol John. good luck Dan!

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John Aloisio wrote:

I don't think anyone will be in it. It is strictly for spraying. Pretty sure it is controlled from the ground and meant to just have a chem hose/wand at the top, for reaching roofs. 

I wanted to reply for you, Dan, because I cannot take your spell check or mis typing. I had to get a Russian translator to read your last post. LOL.... 


 Spelling what's that.



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I have a visual of a truck in a driveway with a boom shooting chems across a yard like a firetruck.
You are apparently a very smart and talented individual. Me, not so much. But the way I see it that boom will not be responsive enough or percise enough for you to clean a roof in a reasonable amount of time. Any one of us could have the roof cleaned and be gone while you are setting up or moving your truck around.
That being said, their could be many possibilitys for your invention. Add on attachments could be used. Its creative for sure.

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John Aloisio wrote:

I don't think anyone will be in it. It is strictly for spraying. Pretty sure it is controlled from the ground and meant to just have a chem hose/wand at the top, for reaching roofs. 

I wanted to reply for you, Dan, because I cannot take your spell check or mis typing. I had to get a Russian translator to read your last post. LOL.... 


 Spelling what's that.


 WOW! That is pretty bad...lol never could spell..



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I have a visual of a truck in a driveway with a boom shooting chems across a yard like a firetruck.
You are apparently a very smart and talented individual. Me, not so much. But the way I see it that boom will not be responsive enough or percise enough for you to clean a roof in a reasonable amount of time. Any one of us could have the roof cleaned and be gone while you are setting up or moving your truck around.
That being said, their could be many possibilitys for your invention. Add on attachments could be used. Its creative for sure.


 Its hard to see. There is a few hydraulic flow valves that alow for speed control. while your takeing out your ladder ill already be spraying the roof. In most cases i wont have to open the back door. just pull up grab the remote and fly it .. It will be done soon..



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lkendall wrote:

maybe I missed it, but what is this for?


 

I didn't want to be a Debbie Downer when I first seen this thread but I was wondering the same thing.

Moving a ladder never seemed that big of a deal to me....am I missing something?



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little high..



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