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Re: Manure spreader

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01-11-2014 07:38:59

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Bret---Thought you might enjoy a pic of

more spreaders---

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01-11-2014 13:43:42

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 Re: Manure spreader in reply to pburg, 01-11-2014 07:38:59  
My model 100 has the control handles on the sides. On the front of the spreader down near the bottom of the front is the bracket where the seat spring or post attached. I bought it with the tractor front end with just 2 wheels. I ended up welding a trailer jack on the hitch so I could detach the tractor to use the bucket to load it and then hook up and go spread.

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01-11-2014 08:40:20

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 Re: Manure spreader in reply to pburg, 01-11-2014 07:38:59  
Nice job I have 100 and 200 4 wheel spreader all restored and not to haul s--- with either talk the dogs out of the wheels so it can't ever be engaged accidently, one question no jack on the 100 did they come with one not sure and if did would like to find one thanks.

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01-11-2014 09:12:39

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 Re: Manure spreader in reply to KevinBfromIllinois, 01-11-2014 08:40:20  
KevinB----I've never seen a Mod 100 with a jack stand. It's possible that since they(the Mod 100s) were smaller, that the designer assumed that a stand wouldn't be necessary.

Never seen a stand that wasn't being used.

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01-11-2014 09:16:36

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 Re: Manure spreader in reply to pburg, 01-11-2014 09:12:39  
Thanks pburg.

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