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lime spreader 3

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12-02-2019 00:22:41

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thanks for the tips on check spread rate destroke , 504 and showcrop . it has one flow control on this and it still has parts of the old truck controls left on. when I get closer to being ready to use, I will do some repluming has it has 4 places it send fluid back to the return line, I think I may add another flow control if needed but the spinners as long as they are fast enough it should matter or am I missing something here. also have the bed chain in the barrel with the de-rust compound and this stuff works slow so will be in there a few weeks. working on some weld patches to the back panel this past weekend as were the gate when up and down need a patch plate put in. and the 706 I hope to have done by new years, I think I striped and repainted everything on the tractor, the hardest job it will ever see is the grain auger in fall.

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12-06-2019 16:24:25

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 Re: lime spreader 3 in reply to urbancase, 12-02-2019 00:22:41  
All of the spreaders that I have used have constant spinner speed. It is only the gate opening and apron chain speed that vary. One that I used to use had the apron chain driven by a small wheel that you lowered down onto one of the tires so that apron chain speed was synched to ground speed. That one was primarily for fertilizer though.

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Tom in TN

12-06-2019 10:06:00

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 Re: lime spreader 3 in reply to urbancase, 12-02-2019 00:22:41  

Thanks for the interesting post. We used to have a bunch of guys in this area that would spread field lime for us, but, they all seem to have quit the business. Are you going to be spreading liquid lime? I've never heard of anyone doing that, but if it is possible to do so with a regular old 100 gallon sprayer, I'd sure like to do so.

Can you give a little more detail about what/how you are going to be spreading lime?

Thanks for any advice.

Tom in TN

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