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Pictures Of Smith Stainlees Steel Sander

Discussion in 'Used Plowing and Truck Equipment Forum' started by SNOWANDICEMAN, Apr 8, 2008.

  1. SNOWANDICEMAN

    SNOWANDICEMAN Senior Member
    Messages: 225

    For Sale
    manufactured date is 2002 buy sander new in 2003
    4 year old SERIES II STAINLESS STEEL PICK-UP SPREADER
    ONLY $ 2800.00 firm

    Standard Features

    · Stainless Steel Construction
    Hopper, frame, and all structural components are constructed of stainless steel

    · Slider Bed Cover
    A replaceable HDPE plastic slider-bed cover

    · Easy Maintenance
    All fasteners are stainless steel!

    · Inverted “V”
    Included as standard equipment


    · Pintle Chain Conveyor
    12” wide steel, riveted pintle chain with 3/16 x 1 cross bars spaced on 5” centers. Chain strength is rated at 22,000 lbs., and is of the exposed pin type to minimize chain rust-ups

    · Conveyor Drive
    Eight-tooth sprockets on a 1-inch diameter shaft mounted on ball bearings. The driveshaft is driven by a 50:1 worm gear speed reducer

    · Spinner
    A 14” diameter 6-blade urethane disc is mounted on a 1-inch diameter shaft. Material dispersion is controlled by stainless steel adjustable flappers

    · Simple Installation
    Kit comes complete with heavy duty ratchet straps and instructions.
    Note: Sander is on truck for a week after I will be taking it off after that. Also I have brake light and directional lights hooked up. This sander is in excellent condition.

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  2. cat320

    cat320 2000 Club Member
    Messages: 2,223

    just woundering why your selling it ? upgrading to the new model or getting a bigger one?
     
  3. SNOWANDICEMAN

    SNOWANDICEMAN Senior Member
    Messages: 225

    I don't use it that much i just do a few lots and to keep taking on and off. and i have to pay for storage every spring time adding up if you know what i mean. Thanks SNOWANDICEMAN
     
  4. SNOWANDICEMAN

    SNOWANDICEMAN Senior Member
    Messages: 225

    Thanks 2800.00 firm
     
  5. SNOWANDICEMAN

    SNOWANDICEMAN Senior Member
    Messages: 225

    Its electric.
     
  6. SNOWANDICEMAN

    SNOWANDICEMAN Senior Member
    Messages: 225

    If interested pm me thanks. Sander will be coming off next week. Thanks
    SNOWANDICEMAN