John Deere Gator 80 lb Receiver Mount Spreader by Field Tuff

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BRAND: Field Tuff
Effortlessly distribute materials with the John Deere Gator 80 lb Receiver Mount Spreader by Field Tuff.
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Some jobs require massive machines and large equipment. However, some tasks don't need so much bulk, like planting gardens, flowers or seeding a yard. That being said, no one wants to do that backbreaking chore by hand! No way, it'll go much smoother and efficient with the 80 Pound Receiver Mount Spreader by Field Tuff.

This UTV farm attachment is a 12-volt operated system that includes a wiring harness, an on/off switch, and a rain cover. That means no hassle and no fuss, you mount the aftermarket spreader to a 1-1/4 to a standard 2-inch receiver and go. What's great about this planter is the fact that it's ideal for tackling small tasks, and it's not a permanent fixture on your rig. It's convenient, practical and affordable.

80 lb Receiver Mount Spreader Features:-

  • 12 Volt spreader holds 80 lbs of seed / fertilizer
  • Mounts to 1-1/4" or 2" receiver
  • Includes wiring harness with on / off switch
  • Rain cover included
  • 12 Volt motor powered

Notes: This item weighs 40 lbs.

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