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New Holland 513 Manure Spreader

Whitewing

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Anyone ever use one?



Found one in Venezuela...not the one pictured. Wondering how those who have used them feel they performed.

Thanks in advance.
 

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The floor planking need replacing occasionally and the drag chains can break but it you empty it and don;t let the manure sit they aren't to bad.

Oh ya don't let the manure freeze down. :D :D
 

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Should be a while before I get a hard freeze down there. :D

What about the volume?.....looks small to me.
 

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check the axle tubes they are just a u shaped channel iron that manure sits in & rots out the channel . when a axel breaks on the left side you can kiss your gearbox goodby & they are small , all manure spreaders are small no matter how big they are .
 

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Whitewing said:
Should be a while before I get a hard freeze down there. :D

What about the volume?.....looks small to me.

The manual rates them at 200 bu. heaped, I have one and they are good spreaders for seasonal use. Probably not what you'd want for everyday, high volume hauling at a feedlot.
 

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Those apron chains are pretty well indestructible as long as they don't go slack. If they start to get too much slack, they will fall apart like a loose puzzle and then you will be hunting for lost links all over the field . . .


Don't ask how I know! :?
 

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