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Old 02-09-2013, 09:19 AM
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If you are handy...and exceptionally creative...you can build a trailer hitch for your push spreader and tow it behind. Use 10 feet of aluminum tubing or conduit bent double. Tricky to set up an on/off mechanism.

Or, you can devise a hitch and tow the spreader backwards--allowing you to reach the on/off handle easily...of course you have to remove the axle and reverse it so that the driving wheel is on the left, and the spinner rotates in the opposite direction.
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