For Use with All Athletic Bulk Paints – Accommodates all athletic bulk paint, whether it be thick, thinned, or temporary paint. No more paying extra for expensive proprietary, boxed paint. Choose whatever paint works for your application.
Reduce Paint Budget – The fully adjustable, 0-3000 psi airless paint pump allows you to select the best pressure to perfectly apply your paint, regardless of the type of field surface that is being painted.
Fast – Stripe up to 6 mph. That’s three times faster than typical walk behind stripers.
Economical – Priced at less than $7000 the LineRider UTV has features unavailable on any other field striping machine.
Fits on most popular UTVs – John Deere, Kabota, Ranger.
Easy Installation and Removal – Quickly slides into the bed of a UTV. The power cord simply plugs into the UTV, and you are ready to stripe. It is that easy and takes less than ten minutes. Need to use your UTV for other jobs? No problem. Removal is as easy and quick as the installation. The total weight of the LineRider is less than 180 pounds which allows it to be handled by as little as two people.
Brighter Lines – The high pressure airless pump lets your spray thicker paint for brighter lines.
Straighter Lines – The gun mounts next to the pivot wheel. This improves controllability.
Consistent Line Width – The floating caster allows the spray gun to follow ground contours while maintaining line width for more consistent lines over rough terrain.
Easy Cleanup – On-board five gallon pail feed assembly lets you clean the system while in the field or immediately after use. The inline filter catches most major obstructions helps prevent frustrating clogs and it is easy to clean.
Versatile – A quick release clamp allows you to remove the spray gun to spray stencils, small curves and hard to reach areas with a 25 foot length hose.
Fewer Stops – The 25 gallon main paint tank lets you stripe miles of line before refilling. Alternately, use the convenient five gallon pail option on smaller jobs such as a single field or to quickly change to a second paint color.