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    Gold Member Adiredneck's Avatar
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    Default Sander for 3ph?

    Does anyone know of a 3ph sander for tractors? I have seen a "spreader" on Northern Tool, but it is not recommended for sand.

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    Default Re: Sander for 3ph?

    A drop spreader maybe ?
    I would think you would have to look under snow removal/control equipment.
    Sand will make most spreaders lives very short.
    Ben

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    Elite Member DieselPower's Avatar
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    Default Re: Sander for 3ph?

    Might give this older thread a read over.

    http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/a...-spreader.html

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    Default Re: Sander for 3ph?

    They generally will spread sand, albeit rather thinly. Enough to provide traction on ice though.
    The Opti-Mist

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    Default Re: Sander for 3ph?

    I have one for occasional use ...I mount it on a clamp-on hitch on my bucket when my 3ph snowblower is mounted on the rear ...and, of course, I am driving backwards when clearing snow, so it is in the right place ...it's not perfect, I don't remember whose it is, but you can find various brands easily enough

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