Bigfoot (PennMulch) HVO Spreader

Discussion in 'Pesticide & Herbicide Application' started by MnLefty, Sep 18, 2009.

  1. MnLefty

    MnLefty LawnSite Senior Member
    Posts: 367

    Lawnsiters-

    As you may or may not know, I work for a national distribution company (not that one). Right now we are trying to move some long inventory so there is less to count soon. I have 5 of the Bigfoot stainless HVO speaders new in boxes taking up space that I want to move out quick. They have the lebanon pennmulch markings. You can see the specs here.

    http://www.lebanonturf.com/pdfs/pspm brochure.PDF
    http://www.psbcompany.com/spreaders.php

    They are designed for use as a normal spreader, but have a hinged plate designed to flip open to for large flow to spread products like pennmulch.

    These spreaders are new in the box, include a cover, and retail for $449. I want them out of here so $299 includes shipping to anywhere in the continental 48.

    PM me with contact info, or interest so I can send you mine... we can work out the details from there.
     
  2. lush&green

    lush&green LawnSite Member
    Posts: 183

    What is the hopper opening? Single or 3 holed? We are looking for a different spreader to retail for Magic Salt in the winters and one of our contractors said the Penn Mulch spreader was great for the Magic? Any thoughts?
     
  3. MnLefty

    MnLefty LawnSite Senior Member
    Posts: 367

    I will unbox one when I get back to the warehouse and try to get pictures of the opening/hole setup.
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  4. a plus bob

    a plus bob LawnSite Bronze Member
    from Indiana
    Posts: 1,160

    They are 3 hole until you flip the plate over to spread penn mulch those are great spreaders :weightlifter: good price I have 3 of them!
     
  5. MnLefty

    MnLefty LawnSite Senior Member
    Posts: 367

    Here's a link to the manual:

    http://www.psbcompany.com/pdfs/Bf1sshvoman.pdf

    And here's a couple of pictures of the opening:

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    On the left is typical operation, sorry no size reference for the holes, but they're standard size, approx quarter size, similar to a Lesco spreader. The picture on the right shows the plate hinged back to allow the full flow of salt, penn mulch, etc... you should be able to see that the 3-hole plate fits flush when in use and screws down so there is no chance of it accidentally coming open during normal use.
     

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