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For Sale Westen V-Box Speader

Discussion in 'Used Plowing and Truck Equipment Forum' started by grizzlycj, Oct 25, 2008.

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  1. grizzlycj

    grizzlycj Junior Member
    Messages: 9

    Western V-Box Spreader. Has the 8.5 Briggs and Straton engine. Also, longer chute for flat bed trucks. 1500 dollars. Cash Only. I am in Columbia, MO

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  2. grizzlycj

    grizzlycj Junior Member
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    going on ebay if no one is interested
     
  3. grizzlycj

    grizzlycj Junior Member
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    New Price $1300
     
  4. rusty_keg_3

    rusty_keg_3 Senior Member
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    Would it fit in a pickup?
     
  5. grizzlycj

    grizzlycj Junior Member
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    Yes it will fit but the chute would drag on the ground because it longer. It is more for a flatbed because of the longer chute.
     
  6. be250

    be250 Junior Member
    from kc mo.
    Messages: 20

    hi,

    hi, i'm in kc mo. have you used it ?does it run? more pics please. inside shots? how old ?is it on ebay ? thanks barry
     
  7. grizzlycj

    grizzlycj Junior Member
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    it works fine. you can see it run. it is not on ebay. I will get more pictures soon.
     
  8. rusty_keg_3

    rusty_keg_3 Senior Member
    Messages: 514

    Ok, well its a 09 Chevy Silverad0 3500 HD, its pretty tall... So would that change your anwser?
     
  9. grizzlycj

    grizzlycj Junior Member
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    It might work, but I am not going to guarantee it will fit the bed it was in was 3.5 to 4 ft tall. When I bought it I put it in the back of my 04 3/4 ton chevy to bring it home but I had to put some tires underneath it so the chute would not drag on the ground. Hope this gives you a good idea. I will try to get some pictures tomorrow and I will measure the length of the chute for you.
     
  10. towpro570

    towpro570 Senior Member
    Messages: 241

    lets see pics of the 98 chevy
     
  11. grizzlycj

    grizzlycj Junior Member
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  12. towpro570

    towpro570 Senior Member
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    looks like a good plow truck will stick out in the snow
     
  13. grizzlycj

    grizzlycj Junior Member
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    The chute on the spreader measured out at about 25 to 26 inches.
     
  14. grizzlycj

    grizzlycj Junior Member
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    It also runs and the chain moves easily and freely with a lot of life left on it. Barry, I have no idea how old it is. I have not used it as I bought it last 1.5 years ago to use for a job and ended up not doing it. The inside looks the same as the outside. I am still working on some more pictures might have some tonight.
     
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  15. be250

    be250 Junior Member
    from kc mo.
    Messages: 20

    hi, thanks for the answers. would like to see more pics , moneys a little tight right now but maybe soon we could talk . thanks barry 816 797 5589
     
  16. grizzlycj

    grizzlycj Junior Member
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    bump to the top
     
  17. towpro570

    towpro570 Senior Member
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    what year ?
     
  18. grizzlycj

    grizzlycj Junior Member
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    I have no idea.
     
  19. rusty_keg_3

    rusty_keg_3 Senior Member
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    well, we are still looking for a spreader... our truck is a bit taller than yours... Do you think it would work?

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  20. rusty_keg_3

    rusty_keg_3 Senior Member
    Messages: 514

    Fyi, those are my magnets... I got them for FREE, they dont go on the truck anymore...
     
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