Buyer's Spreader - salt and sand?

John DiMartino

LawnSite Silver Member
Location
Walden,NY
I dont think the results will be worth your efforts,the buyers packs up easy,even with salt only,ig its left in there for any lenth of time during a storm.I think in order to run sand it would have to be totally dry feed in by a helper as you drive so it doesnt bridge and load up.
 
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frogman

LawnSite Member
Location
Indian Head, MD
Thanks John, I appreciate your insight. I'm sitting on a couple ton of salt, which should be enough for what I've got to do and where I'm at. I'd like to figure out some alternatives in the event that I need to stretch with the rationing potential.
Bob
 

RB

LawnSite Senior Member
Location
Henderson, NV
John was right on with his comments. I tried what you are talkign about. I needed a person in the back with a broom stick moving it around (dangerous).

I have heard of some folks that will put a vibrator on their buyer spreader. That may be an alternative???

Did anyoen ever put a vibrator on their meyer/buyer spreader? Did it help? Do they make a stock vibrator for that model??
 

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