Ryan Mattaway Slit Seeder for sale

Discussion in 'Marketplace' started by grdrc1963, Apr 1, 2009.

  1. grdrc1963

    grdrc1963 LawnSite Member
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    For sale is a Ryan Mataway Overseeder purchased new by us in the fall of 1999 for seeding after the drought.

    I have used it off and on since we had it. We have been decreasing our service business over the years and eliminated it last year. This unit has was used mainly in the spring and fall seeding. We have used it for new seeding jobs by doing a double pass at an angle, almost all the seed comes up. It does not have an hour meter, but guessing the hours to be around 150.

    It has a Kohler 11 hp OHV engine, recoil starter, self propelled, Gandy seed metering, a 20 inch working width, dethatches and distributes seed in one pass with the rotor then disk blades. Runs excellent and is ready to work for you. Manuals are included.

    Unit can be picked up or delivery is available if needed.

    Asking $2000

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  2. CharlotteOutdoorImpact

    CharlotteOutdoorImpact LawnSite Senior Member
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    I am interested, trying to sell some things to raise money. How well did it work? is it hydro drive?
     
  3. grdrc1963

    grdrc1963 LawnSite Member
    Posts: 21

    Price reduced on this unit to $1350.00, First come, first serve.

    Call me at 513-317-8526
     
  4. grdrc1963

    grdrc1963 LawnSite Member
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    bump up:drinkup:
     
  5. grdrc1963

    grdrc1963 LawnSite Member
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    sold.......
     
  6. indyturf

    indyturf LawnSite Bronze Member
    from Indy
    Posts: 1,873

    I have one of those I want to sell, need to get some pics and get it listed..
     
  7. grdrc1963

    grdrc1963 LawnSite Member
    Posts: 21

    They are great machines, but hard to handle. A great work out.

    Didn't actually sell it, just decided to keep it since we sold the FMC Sprayer. We use the Ryan to sow green onions, radishes and some lettuces out in the field since we are growing about 10 acres of produce now.
     
  8. allinearth

    allinearth LawnSite Senior Member
    Posts: 609

    How is the produce business. Do you sell to public or stores? That is somethin I had thought about.
     

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