EarthWay 2050T Towed Broadcast Spreader

EarthWay 2050T Towed Broadcast Spreader

Designed to be used in conjunction with a garden tractor, the 2050T spreader features the EV-N-SPRED® 3-Hole Drop Shut-Off System, balancing the spread of any granular material.

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EarthWay EV-N-SPRED® 2050T Towed Broadcast Spreader

Designed to be used in conjunction with a garden tractor, the 2050T spreader features the EV-N-SPRED® 3-Hole Drop Shut-Off System, balancing the spread of any granular material. The 2050T brings a 36 kg (80 lb) capacity and smooth towing to the homeowner. Being semi-assembled, this spreader will go from box to lawn in minutes.

A Rate Calculation Matrix is included to assist in setting for all of today’s granular products including organic materials. The 2050T is the perfect accessory for your garden tractor to provide commercial applicator results on a home-owner budget.

Key Features:

  • Hopper Capacity of 36 kg (80 lbs) with Rustproof Poly Construction
  • Load Bearing Capacity of 45kg (100 lb) that the frame will support
  • EV-N-SPRED® 3-Hole Drop Shut-Off System
  • High Speed, Heavy Duty Gearbox
  • Epoxy Coated Chasis
  • Semi Assembled
  • Rate Calculation Matrix Included
  • 2-Year Limited Warranty
  • Lifetime Technical Support
  • Optional 3-Sided Deflector - #77122

For more information on the EarthWay EV-N-SPRED® 2050T Towed Broadcast Spreader, you can speak to a member of our sales team by calling +353 (0)1 841 7399.

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