Adams A81W6

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BASIC INFORMATION
Product groupMineral spreaders
Brand / modelAdams A81W6
Year of manufacture2018
Machine LocationClear Lake, Iowa
Country
United States
Mascus ID594DEC88
PRICING
Price excl. VATPOA
DETAILS
Other informationDescription: New Adams 5-6 or 8 Ton PTO driven Fertilizer Spreader
Available only in 304 stainless steel. PTO driven spinners, fertilizer spreader, bolt on hopper, ground driven floor chain, 2 speed spread rate, rope trip engagement (hydraulic optional), 540/1000 rpm capable, tandem axle with 16.5 L – 16.1 10 ply tires. 220 cubic foot hopper, 2” x 6” x 3/16” tubular frame, removable spreader fans, 4 x 4 tongue jack, safety chains, tarp, powder coat black painted chassis.

** Note the photo of our Norwood Combo Seed and Fertilizer Tenders, see them under Norwood in New Equipment on our website. A great way to utilize a single tender for more than one season. Equipped with SS components to handle the daily use in both Seed and Fertilizer. Remote controls are standard & Scales can be added. the 400 unit tenders will hold 11.6 tons of Fertilizer.

We are a stocking dealer for Adams fertilizer equipment, Call us for your blending, tending, conveying and spreading needs. Call for more details and pricing 888-388-1946
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  • CAREY UMBARGER

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    • 2101 2nd Avenue South, Clear Lake IA 50428, United States

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