- Product Dimensions: 57.2 x 67.3 x 80 cm
- Shipping Weight: 19.4 Kg
- Item model number: WB201G
- ASIN: B01KI1F3HA
- Date first available at Amazon.ca: Oct. 17 2016
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SaltDogg WB201G Professional 100 lb Capacity Walk Behind Broadcast Salt Spreader, Stainless Steel Frame
- Poly hopper won’t rust or dent and holds up to 100 lb of ice melt or bagged salt
- Enclosed gear box with grease fitting shields commercial grade alloy gears from weather, rust, and cold.
- Flow regulator with solid control linkage.
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Buyers Products SaltDogg Walk Behind Broadcast Spreader gives contractors, facilities managers, and property owners the ability to broadcast bagged salt or ice melt up to 24 ft with ease. The spreader's new enclosed gearbox with commercial grade alloy gears and an integrated grease fitting ensure that the moving parts of the spreader are out of the elements and are easy to maintain for years to come. The broadcast spreader has a 1.5 cubic foot poly hopper that can accommodate 100 lb of bagged salt or ice melt. Its fully welded frame is available in either stainless steel or powder-coated carbon steel. The hopper assembly sits on 13 in. pneumatic tires with a solid axle for a reliable ride. A fixed rear deflector and three poly deflectors allow you to adjust the spread to your needs. The material flow regulator has a solid linkage control for ease of use. The spreader comes with a convenient hopper screen and nylon rain cover to keep the material dry and easy to spread.
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- Solid frame
- Good pneumatic rubber wheels, roll nicely in the slush and ice even
- Gearbox completely enclosed
- Salt spreader adjustment lever is accurate and pretty solid.
- Easy to maneuver.
- Handle attachment to frame a little flimsy at times
- Cheap metal used on the axle. Only one wheel drives the gearbox, and it's attached via cheap metal screws, I managed to partially strip the threads when tightening it.