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Beyers SaltDogg 2.0 Cubic Yard Spreader

Discussion in 'Used Plowing and Truck Equipment Forum' started by Shooter Mike, Sep 2, 2012.

  1. Shooter Mike

    Shooter Mike Junior Member
    Messages: 1

    2.0 cubic yard Buyers Spreader and variable speed controller. - ASKING $2700

    Attached pic is not the actual, but is just like it. Has been professionally serviced. Has 1 1/2 seasons of light usage.

    Here's the info from the website:


    Material Hopper – Rotationally molded double-wall polymer unibody spreader with smooth angled walls to maximize material flow. Features integrated positive position mount system plus 4-piece ratchet tie-down kit. No drilling required. (Molded fork slots in hoppers makes for easy one man installation & removal, requires extended fork, or lift from 4-point tie downs.)
    Auger – 2.5" dia. screw-type auger system travels the length of the hopper floor, providing maximum material flow at a continuous rate. An independent spinner/auger controller allows for both independent spinner speed and an infinitely adjustable ratio between spinner and auger.
    Material Flow/Output – Salt, 2.2 cu. ft./minute; Salt/Sand, 1.3 cu. ft./minute. Spread width is variable from 5 to 38 feet.
    Spinner Chute Assembly – A 11.5" polymer disc is connected to a 3/4" diameter shaft. The spreading material is guided from the stainless steel trough to the spinner plate through an enclosed heavy-duty polymer chute and spinner assembly with an external deflector. The extra-wide adjustable deflector protects the vehicle and allows for complete directional spread control and full or compact spread. Total spread path ranges from 5' to 30'. A convenient spring-latch locking mechanism allows the spinner assembly to be removed for cleaning/storage.
    Electric Motors – Two ultra-quiet 12-volt DC direct-drive motors power the auger and spinner, and are encased in a heavy-duty poly housing along with two independently powered vibrators. The wiring harness is constructed of 10-gauge automotive wire with non-combustible sheathing (-50°C to -105°C). An in-cab console features independent controls for the auger, spinner and vibrator.
    Standard Equipment – 1/4" black powder coated steel top screen. Heavy-duty poly-vinyl tarp with reinforced corners and tie-down kit. Heavy-duty 12 VDC vibrator, rated at 210 of force pounds for maximum performance. Spreader hold-down kit.

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  2. chevyman51

    chevyman51 Senior Member
    Messages: 537

    Where are you located?
     
  3. Shooter Mike

    Shooter Mike Junior Member
    Messages: 1

    I sent you a pm with contact info.
     
  4. Shooter Mike

    Shooter Mike Junior Member
    Messages: 1

    Let's move this up a notch.
     
  5. MatthewG

    MatthewG PlowSite.com Addict
    Messages: 1,390

    Take any less or not maybe $2500?

    Throw up some actual pics, it will sell quickly
     
    Last edited: Sep 6, 2012
  6. Shooter Mike

    Shooter Mike Junior Member
    Messages: 1

    I could agree to $2500, but I can't go any lower than that.
     
  7. Shooter Mike

    Shooter Mike Junior Member
    Messages: 1

  8. Where are you located? Can you text me pictures of it? 2163929314
     
  9. Shooter Mike

    Shooter Mike Junior Member
    Messages: 1

    Here's some pics of the actual spreader

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  10. leigh

    leigh PlowSite.com Addict
    from CT
    Messages: 1,997

    How'd that "Keep back 100 feet" lettering work out for you?
     
  11. Shooter Mike

    Shooter Mike Junior Member
    Messages: 1

    Ha! Funny thing about stuff like that...seems people pull closer to read it. A quick turn of the knob and increase the spread distance, and they back off though.