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Agri-Fab 45-0315 85-Pound Tow Broadcast Spreader
|Price:||$69.00 & FREE Shipping. Details|
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- heavy-duty pneumatic tires
- Cover 1/4 acre
- Holds 85 pounds
- Tow broadcast spreader efficiently cultivates your lawn with wide distribution of fertilizer
- Provides a spread width of 8-to-10-feet; 85-pound capacity; covers approximately 14,200-square-feet
- Polyethylene hopper that resists rust, corrosion, and weather damage for long-lasting use
- Towed on 2 10-by-4 pneumatic tires with 1/2-inch diameter tubular steel axles
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|Item Dimensions||24 x 22 x 35 inches|
|Item Weight||17 pounds|
|Manufacturer Warranty Description||Three-year Warranty: This Warranty remains in force for 3 years from the date of purchase; provided, however, that if the product is used commercially the Warranty remains in force for only 90 days from the date of purchase. WHAT IS COVERED: Any defect in material or workmanship of your AGRI-FAB product or part.|
|Shipping Weight||18.95 pounds|
The broadcast spreader is crafted with a 1/2-inch tubular steel frame. Fertilizer or seed are loaded into a polyethylene hopper that resists rust, corrosion, and weather damage for long-lasting use. Accommodating approximately 85 pounds, this broadcast spreader is best equipped for use in yards and spaces 14,200 square feet or smaller. The spreader features a Delirn gear drive type. The spreader is towed on two 10-by-4 pneumatic tires with 1/2-inch diameter tubular steel axles. While the broadcast spreader provides excellent distribution of fertilizer and is a good choice for spreading seed and ice melt, Agri-Fab strongly discourages its use for powder lime. This USA-made broadcast spreader is designed for towing only and cannot be converted for manual pushing. This product may be covered by a limited one-year warranty. Upon shipping, the broadcast spreader measures 21-1/2 by 24-1/2 by 19-1/4 inches and weighs 17 pounds. --Jessica Reuling
Top Customer Reviews
Unfortunately I didn't read the reviews on this unit until long after I had bought the unit. I sent a letter of complaint to agri-fab but they just ignored it. So I will buy a commercial grade spreader from someone reliable.
I literally used it 3 times on my paltry 1 acre and the spreader stopped working. I've learned since then that this is because it has a plastic differential which is prone to stripping out early on. Make sure you buy a spreader that does not have a plastic differential. If there is a saving grace, it comes with two good tires that you can strip off before inserting the rest of the unit in the trash. Steer clear of this one at all costs.
I bought it from Lowes a year ago, and wish I could get my money back I paid $129 for nothing.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
works great, was able to spread bug killer in 10 minutes vs 45 with walk behind spreaderPublished 10 days ago by Richard Miller
Unless you have a perfectly flat piece of land expect this piece of junk to tip over and spill everything on the ground, burning your grass. Read morePublished 21 days ago by Amazon Customer
Cheap awful product. Bent on first use. Not fun to assemble. Also doesn't mention max speed is 3 mph. Difficult to go 3 mph on an atv.Published 1 month ago by TIffany
Do not buy. Used 2 summer seasons and the hopper opening and cable connection corroded to the point the hopper won't dispense reliably. Absolute garbage.Published 1 month ago by Fred
It would be nice if the spreader was higher and closer to the back of the tractor so you could stop spreading on the fly.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
I've had two of these (one replaced by the store) and both are junk. Nearly impossible to calibrate with any accuracy or consistency as the sliding plate under the bin will not... Read morePublished 1 month ago by dstearno
I had mine for one grass growing season, used it once (OK that time) and during the 2nd use the sliding feeder gate broke. Read morePublished 1 month ago by James Schwabe