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2023 ISUZU NPR-HD Cabover Truck - COE, Landscape Truck, Spray Truck in Riviera Beach, FL 2023 ISUZU NPR-HD Cabover Truck - COE, Landscape Truck, Spray Truck in Riviera Beach, FL
Stock Number: 1F1-RF
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New ISUZU NPR-HD Spray Truck- New Model with 42″ Tall Boxes and Tunnel!6.6L V8 Gas Engine14,500-LB G.V.W.Standard CabTruck Specs – REAL FLEET SOLU...
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Riviera Beach, FL - 859 mi. away

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    A spray truck is a truck used to spray liquids held in tanks on the back of the truck. Different variations can be used both in construction and in grounds & lawn care. Sprayers come in all shapes, but the truck is for covering a large area. It can be a truck with a sprayer in the truck bed or a boom truck. When carrying water, it can manage dust on a construction or demolition site. Water will contain the dust to a specific area. Municipalities will use them for street cleaning. Or it can water crops during a drought. When it is carrying pesticides, it will help maintain trees, vineyards, or farmland. It can also carry fertilizers to help with crops and field growth.

    There are variations to the style of truck. The box truck is popular because of the storage that comes in the style. It allows for the driver to be able to mix fertilizers or pesticides with water on site. Water spray trucks feature a large tank in the rear. Load with water and you are on your way.

    Most spray trucks are available in 4x2 or 6x4 drivetrains. They also come with a standard cab and use gasoline or diesel.