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Chapin 8001A 70-Pound Lawn Spreader
$87.50

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The Chapin 8001A 70-Pound Lawn Spreader produces an even spread pattern due to its SureSpread technology. This 70 lb spreader has a powder coated steel frame, adjustable gate with 30 gate settings for both seed and fertilizer. It has enclosed gears to withstand elements.

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Chapin 8001A 70-Pound Lawn Spreader-10 inch Rubber Tires

The Chapin 8001A 70-Pound Lawn Spreader produces an even spread pattern due to its SureSpread technology. This 70 lb spreader has a powder coated steel frame, adjustable gate with 30 gate settings for both seed and fertilizer. It has enclosed gears to withstand elements.

  • 70-Pound capacity hopper with an enclosed gear system
  • Powder-coated steel frame
  • Adjustable gate with 30 gate settings
  • 10-inch rubber tires
  • Warranty: 1-year limited from Chapin manufacturing

Applications

  • Seed (grass & plant)
  • Seed
  • Fertilizers
  • Weed & Feed

General Operating Instructions (from manual)

  1. Before filling the hopper, make sure gate control is closed.
  2. Read the suggested setting on the material's bag or reference the the application chart on the spreader's control panel to determine the appropiate setting.
  3. After removing the wing nut, slide the indicator to desired setting and tighten wing nut completely.
  4. To begin spreading, pull the gate control towards you to open the gate and start walking (about 3mph pace)
  5. Push the gate control in th closed position to stop spreading.
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Packaging 1 spreader
Manufacturer Chapin
Product Label Manual
SDS N/A
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