Spyker 40 lb Stainless Steel Hopper Spreader

  • 3 Stars
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# P2090
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Weight: 30.00 lbs
Traditional model 64 with an updated larger frame and pneumatic wheels. The handle height is adjustable for best match to operator reducing fatigue. Positive (direct drive) On/Off operates smooth and easy. 10"pneumatic tires roll easily over smooth and semi-rough terrain. Enclosed aluminum gears. Powder coated frame.

Specs

  • 40 lb capacity stainless steel hopper
  • Steel painted (powder coated) frame
  • Adjustable Height Handle
  • 10" pneumatic tires
  • The effective spread ranges from 4 - 12 ft. wide depending on the rate of travel, weather conditions, and volume/density/coatings/particle size of the material being spread

Product Features

  • Enclosed gears
  • Uses a metal rod instead of cable for the on/off control

Product Benefits

  • The enclosed gears do not get dirty or fouled
  • The metal rod used for the on/off is more precise than the cables they used to use

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    FAQ

    • Owner's Manual implies there is a screen with this spreader
    • This manual is for a couple of different spreaders. Notice the only screen available is a square one. A round one for this spreader doesn't exist.

Review Summary (Based on 2 Reviews)

5 Stars

Spyker stainless steal spreader Pete from WI wrote March 24, 2012

I use this in the yard for fertilizer and the driveway in the winter for salting aide. Best dang spreader I've ever used.

1 Star

spyker 40lb spreader Charles H., Hildebrant Nurseries from NJ wrote January 25, 2011

The spyker spreader is a disgrace! I have been a customer of AM Leonard for 30+ years and have allways respected the quality of the items I buy from you --- until the spyker spreader. I wanted a hand push spreader with a stainless steel bin because all of my spreaders rust out in a few years. The spyker spreader sounded great and I ordered one. It was a nighmare to put together as most of the bolt holes were misaligned in the manufacturing process. Luckily I own a large nursery with a well equiped machine shop. I had to remachine a large percentage of the parts in order to put the spreader together. I was mad, but said to myself that a bad product can happen every once and a while, even to the best of us. On this basis, several months later, I foolishly reccomended the spreader to a customer, and They bought it from you. After working on trying to assemble the spreader for several days they gave up and drove 65 miles, bringing it to me. If I thought the one I bought was bad, I was wrong.

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