Chapin 8900A 80 Pound Landscape Spreader

Chapin 8900A 80 Pound Landscape Spreader

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Product Overview

The Chapin 8900A 80 Pound Landscape Spreader is an 80-pound capacity landscape spreader that efficiently works with industrial and general fertilizers and seed applications. Built with high-mount gate adjustment and a 3-position handle for easier and ergonomic use. Made with stainless steel and designed with wide tread 12-inch pneumatic tires to easily glide on all kinds of surface and effectively spread chemicals right to left evenly. The Chapin 8900A 80 Pound Landscape Spreader can be used with fertilizers, seeds, and more with its enclosed gear system that can withstand elements.

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Features and Specs

For use in Golf course, landscape, and backyard.
Application Fertilizing, Seeding, and Weed Control.
Dimensions 20.00 x 30.00 x 27.10 inches.
Color Green
Material / Construction Hopper - poly
Frame - stainless steel
Gear - metal-alloy
Wheels - pneumatic
Special Features Compatible with fertilizer, seeds, and more with simple gate adjustments.
Warranty 5 Year Limited Warranty
Shipping Weight 42.00 lbs
Manufacturer Chapin (Mfg. Number: 8900A)
UPC 023883089009

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Storage & Maintenance

  • When finished spreading empty hopper of any remaining material.
  • Thoroughly wash the spreader with a garden hose after each use.
  • Be careful not to spray directly in the gearbox
  • It is recommended you DO NOT use a power washer on your spreader
  • Allow to fully dry before storing.
  • On models with a grease fitting, it's recommended that you apply a general-purpose great at least once a month.

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