Model # 82080

Internet #206075164

Store SKU #1001375820

Chapin 80 lb. Capacity PRO Broadcast Spreader


80 lb. Capacity PRO Broadcast Spreader

  • 80 lb. capacity heavy-duty contractor spreader
  • Solid steel linkage with gate control and 12 in. pneumatic tires
  • Side baffle system controls spread of seed and fertilizers
$199.00 /each

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Product Overview

This heavy duty contractor fertilizer and seed spreader features a 180° side baffle system to control the spread pattern. This unit features an enclosed gear box with metal gears yielding years of service. The diamond shaped extension handle provides user with great strength and durability in usage. The gate dial allows for accurate opening of gate for precise dispensing of product through spreader. The steel frame directly supports the hopper. Included with the spreader is a cotter pin for product mixing. This unit has 12 in. Dia pneumatic tires and comes standard with rain cover and grate.

  • 180° side baffle for control of spread pattern
  • Enclosed gear box with metal gears
  • Diamond shaped extension tube with handle bars
  • Gate dial for accurate gate opening settings
  • 12 in. fully pneumatic tires
  • Steel frame to support hopper

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Rated 4.0 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good Spreader; Lousy instructions The spreader is good quality--the wheels are robust, which is a definite plus going uphill across St. Augustine grass. HD has cleared-up the issue on its website of whether this spreader arrives assembled--it does not, unlike its salt spreader cousins. Assembly takes nearly 2 hours, not the laughable 20-40 minutes the manufacturer claims--maybe if you are a 'superhero' like the Flash and you have put together 3 broadcast spreaders recently, then maybe it might take only 20 minutes for assembly, but plan on 2 hours if you are an average person working solo. The printed instructions are sorely lacking--watch the Chapin company video. Have a one-handed 'Kwik Klamp' ready to hold together the central column and portions of the support bars as you thread through various bolts--the clamp also comes in handy for the rear legs and other places -- Also, get a few washers (M6/M8) because they are needed, otherwise nuts will get torqued-down against the metal frame components, creating scratches and a strong potential for future rust points. Finally, wait until the spreader is fully assembled and right-sided on level ground before making final torques on the 4 nuts/bolts that hold the main rear legs together, else it will not sit level. Inflate tires to 18psi -- Min is 15psi/max is 20 psi, which is not listed in the instructions and hard to read on the blackwall tires. If you call customer support, Chapin is great to work with -- I spoke/emailed their CS department and they were very helpful. March 15, 2016
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