All-steel hopper endures rough and heavy use
Inside view of SS10B Series Hopper
The one-piece, seamless, all-steel hoppers are strong enough to endure rough handling and heavy use.
Compatible with 3-point hitch systems
iMatch makes attachment time quick and easy
The SS20B Series Broadcast Spreaders are compatible with tractors featuring Category 0 (only SS1036B and SS2036B) and Category 1 3-point hitches.
The optional iMatch™ quick-hitch compatibility (only SS1067B and SS2067B) makes attachment time quick and easy, maximizing operation time.
NOTE: If this option is chosen, the broadcast spreader must be specified to the factory as iMatch.
Broadcast spreaders are PTO driven
The SS10B and SS20B Series Broadcast Spreaders are both PTO driven:
Compatible with tractors ranging from 11.9 kW (16 hp) to 41 kW (55 hp)
Equipped with 540-rpm PTO and a sealed, heavy-duty gearbox containing extreme pressure (EP) grade grease.
Different swath spread patterns are available so the broadcast spreader can accommodate various tasks with precision and efficiency.
All broadcast spreaders allow three different swath spread patterns:
- Predominantly left
- Predominantly right
- Left to right
All the field conversion agitator kits listed below allow operators to use multiple types of seed or fertilizer without clumping up.
The hopper covers seal tightly around the containers so seed or fertilizer will not get wet or spill while in transport. Hopper covers are made of polyvinyl chloride (PVC).
The field conversion kits listed below are identified for the appropriate broadcast or pendular spreaders.
Deflector shield conversion kits for broadcast spreaders ensure that material is thrown where the operator chooses.
Side-row discharge conversion kits for broadcast spreaders focus the spread to the side of the tractor.
The left-right direction attachment concentrates material to specific areas when using pendular spreaders.
A salt and sand spout kit and an optional locking nut are also available.
The field-installed remote gate kit allows the operator to easily engage the spreader from the seat without having to dismount the tractor.