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Craftsman 110 LB LAWN SPREADER

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Craftsman 110 LB LAWN SPREADER
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110 LB LAWN SPREADERA spreader is designed to evenly fertilize your lawn with nutrients it needs for growth, color, root strength and overall health. The active ingredients in lawn fertilizer are important for plant growth, root vitality and overall lawn health. Late summer and early fall are the best times of the year to fertilize our lawn. The summer is an excellent time to give your lawn a healthy boost. In the fall fertilizing gives your lawn extra strength to help it through the winter.

•110 lb. capacity covers about 1/3 acre (17,500 sq. ft.)•Pneumatic tires allow for increase maneuverability•Rust-proof poly hopper and spreader plate increases product life•Optional deflector kit - sold separately - to narrow the spread width to 4 ft. for precise ice melt spreading•Up to 10 ft. spread width•Easy to use hand control for precise coverage•3-year limited warranty•Assembled dimensions 43 in. L x 26 in. W x 38 in. H
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By RogerDrown
April 12th, 2019
finally got it together with my bolts

took a while to figure out the instructions and one step at a time was getting it closer to finished until I ran out of bolts, nuts and washers to complete it. I used my own stuff to finish.

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RogerDrown

finally got it together with my bolts

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took a while to figure out the instructions and one step at a time was getting it closer to finished until I ran out of bolts, nuts and washers to complete it. I used my own stuff to finish.

April 12th via sears.com
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