John Deere MS11 Series Chain-Unloading Manure Spreaders » Harvest Equipment and Theriault Equipment, Maine and Vermont

John Deere MS11 Series Chain-Unloading Manure Spreaders

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Heavy-duty paddle beater assemblies

Paddle beaters help create a smooth, even finish Paddle beaters help create a smooth, even finish

The heavy-duty paddle beater assemblies on the MS11 Series Small Manure Spreaders ensure aggressive shredding action, while the large-diameter beaters deliver greater tip speed for wide, even, and chunk-free spread patterns.

Poly-bonded floor with limited lifetime warranty

All models come with a poly-bonded floor All models come with a poly-bonded floor

All models come with a poly-bonded floor to reduce apron drag.

 

NOTE: Warranty subject to limitations, see the operator's manual for complete warranty details.

Field-installed top beater kits for manure spreaders

The top beater attaches above the rear beater and provides more uniform spreading in heaped and heavily matted material. The top beater may be used with hydraulic endgate or rear pan.

Field-installed rear pan kit for MS11, MS11G, MS12, and MS14 Manure Spreaders

Rear pan field-installation kits help to hold in loose and semi-liquid materials. The rear pan and hydraulic endgate may be used together.

Hydraulic conversion kits for MS11 and MS12 Series Manure Spreaders

For the first kit listed, the hydraulic end gate hydraulically raises and lowers to help keep loose and semi-liquid material in the spreader during transport and loading on the MS11 Series Manure Spreaders.

 

For the second kit, the variable-speed hydraulic drive with four-hose hookup allows the end gate and apron to work independently on the MS12 Series Manure Spreaders. This conversion kit requires two selective control valves (SCVs).

 

For the third kit, the variable-speed hydraulic drive with two-hose hookup allows the apron chain to begin moving once the end ate is fully raised on the MS12 Series Manure Spreaders. This kit requires only one SCV.

 

For the fourth kit, the electric variable-speed hydraulic apron control allows control of the apron speed to be done from the operator's station with electric controls versus manually on the MS12 Series Manure Spreaders.

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