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Re: 3PH broadcast spreader???


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Posted by jackinok on October 04, 2012 at 06:09:38 from (162.58.82.136):

In Reply to: Re: 3PH broadcast spreader??? posted by dave2 on October 03, 2012 at 12:49:57:

you have some special situation that you cant get a tractor into? buy one of those little atv spreaders and your just trading one problem for another bigger one. ive used both, the one you have is five times the machine any of the others are,regardless of what folks here say. when your done spreading your fertilizer,take the time to wash it good,then soak it down with diesel.store it right and it will outlast you.the cheap plastic ones you buy for a atv has all the same problems this one does,plus the impellers crack in the sun if you leave them out,the motors sieze up, and a dozen more problems you wont have with this one.they are quite simply toys for wannabe farmers.ive got both types,plus a horse drawn one my grandad used that still works fine,and one built in the late forties that i still use every year.the atv one is without a doubt the bigger pos.it wont spread better,it wont work better,your fooling yourself if you believe it will.without proper care none of them will work period. but thats my opinion of course,like i say i keep using my old ones while i know other guys who buy another one each year..


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