Best spreader to mount on my ExMark 66" ?

Discussion in 'Pesticide & Herbicide Application' started by FlyingZ06, Jul 6, 2008.

  1. FlyingZ06

    FlyingZ06 LawnSite Member
    from IN
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    What's everyone's opinion?

    What happened to the ExMArk forum?
     
  2. americanlawn

    americanlawn LawnSite Fanatic
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    IMO the Spyker 120 is the best. If you want to go to a larger spreader, go with a Spyker 220.
     
  3. FlyingZ06

    FlyingZ06 LawnSite Member
    from IN
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    any other ideas?
     
  4. FlyingZ06

    FlyingZ06 LawnSite Member
    from IN
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    bump bump bump
     
  5. Fatdaddy

    Fatdaddy LawnSite Member
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    I have not been on in awhile and I was looking for it myself??
     
  6. FlyingZ06

    FlyingZ06 LawnSite Member
    from IN
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    guess they did not want to meet the demands of the board/forum $$$$$$
     
  7. FlyingZ06

    FlyingZ06 LawnSite Member
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    Like your sig. So true....but hold on if Obama gets in! Your taxes will skyrocket!!!!
     
  8. americanlawn

    americanlawn LawnSite Fanatic
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    Been hearing alarming flip-flopping from osama today ---- ain't pretty.

    The company (friend) that does our mowing also has their own chemical accounts. He mostly runs Exmark Lazers. He used to use a JRCO, but wanted better. He tried Earthway's electric spreader, and he also tried Spyker's model 120.

    Now he thanks me everytime I see him, cuz the Spyker RULES. Hope this helps. BTW we have run a Spyker 220 for over 7 years, and it has never broke down. :usflag:
     
  9. FlyingZ06

    FlyingZ06 LawnSite Member
    from IN
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    Yea, now osama say drill off shore! LOL What a fruit cake.

    Can you get a sypker electric on the Jrco mount?
     
  10. americanlawn

    americanlawn LawnSite Fanatic
    from midwest
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    Not sure. might take fabrication like we had to do....we run a Spyker 220 on a 3-point hitch (445 John Deere tractor).

    Get a Spyker 120, and you won't be sorry.:usflag::waving:
     

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