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Professional 12-volt Broadcast Spreader
EarthWay electric broadcast spreader mounts onto trucks or ATVs
Spread fertilizer, seed and pesticides quickly with this high volume EarthWay broadcast spreader. This spreader mounts on your ATV or truck to spread over large areas where push spreaders would take too much time and effort.
This spreader has a heavy-duty, powder-coated chassis to prevent rust and corrosion and a 100-lb. hopper capacity so you spend more time spreading and less time refilling. Includes right and left adjustable side throwing ports to customize spread pattern. The high torque 12V motor has a power cord that connects and disconnects from mount systems for fast change overs. Includes plastic cover to keep out rain and debris. 24 lbs. USA made.
Note: Mounting kit sold separately. Mounting kit item number G42181 is for trucks, mounting kit number G42182 is a Universal mount for ATVs.
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2016 Master Catalog: Page 334
(based on 2 reviews)
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By GR Crew
from Chesapeake, Virginia
About Me Professional Landscaper
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Comments about EarthWay® Broadcast Spreader -- Heavy-duty Electric:
We use this product to spread larvacide in the early spring of the year. We have used this product before....I believe this is our third that we have purchased and my crews love it! It's solid and holds up well even under some stressful conditions during our busy season.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Nice spreader after a few modifications
from Appleton, WI
About Me Master Gardener
Decent spreader. Use it to seed construction sites for soil stabilization. Like the adjustment to be able to spread left, right, or full pattern. Don't care for the spring loaded hopper door that you either have to hold open, or get a sailboat cleat. I went the cleat route and it works well, but a set of cleats cost me an additioal $29. If that's what's recommended in the directions, then one should be included.