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Discussion in 'Pesticide & Herbicide Application' started by heather, Apr 27, 2002.
I bought a used lesco mark2 100lb spreader, I have no manual on proper rate settings- please help
hi, i never carry my stuff with me. when i buy the next application at lesco they set it for me , they also help me do a test run and off i am to my lawns..... good luck
Materials are so different you must calibrate the units yourself for each product you use. Keep a record of the settings and you will see similarities for future reference. The most consistent way to set them is with a gauge for the hole size available from lesco.
I work for LESCO. Send me a fax number & I'll send you a setting chart.
Another option is to call our Home Office directly.
Tell the receptionist what you need. She'll forward you to someone who can help. They can also send you a copy of the parts diagram & owners manual.
You Can By a calibration gauge at lesco for $3.95
I just bought a new ss Lesco spreader (very nice). All I do is set it with the calibration gages that came with it, according to what it says on the bag. Very simple and accurate.
I bought a lesco 80 pounds but it was not a good way to use this for slope, hills etc... I use earthway which is very good. Easy to push....
Se if this one works: