Ground Driven WFR

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Ground Driven WFR, the W broadcast spreader utilizes the same patented ejector disc technology as all PTO units. A unique wheel gear system allows the tires to drive independently from one another, creating a uniform application, even on turns.

Product description 

  • Hopper capacity of 550 lbs* (350 kgs)
  • Forward speed of 4.5 mph (7.2 km/h) gives an effective spreading width of up to 52' (16 meters)
  • Disengagement for towing, remote rope feed control and side spreading adjustment is standard

Ground driven broadcasters are used for spreading fertilizer on golf courses, sports fields, parks or green areas. The W broadcast spreader is an accurate way to apply lime, turf seed, grains and sand. Land wheels are fitted with tractor profile (WGR), or lawn flotation (WFR) tires. All the standard features of the WFR are included and the optional mass feedring and short spoons give a spreading width of up to 18' (6 meters).

Sand and salt

This trailed spreader also does an excellent job spreading sand (top dressing) and/or salt (snow and ice). For sand and/or salt, a special ejector disc with short spoons gives a spreading width of up to 18' (6 meters). 

Spreading system

The spreading pattern adjustment plate, with section indication, provides a variety of settings to ensure simple operation.

Dynamic design

Six dynamically designed spoons direct a metered quantity of material to the field, ensuring a constant and precise material feed from the disc to the spoons.

Easy to clean

All Lely broadcast spreaders have hoppers that can be removed or tilted up by one or two latches, making for a quick and easy cleaning of the critical feedring assembly area and ejector disk, as well as ensuring a long life for the spreaders.

*All weight capacity’s are based upon 46-0-0 granular weight assumption of 48 pounds per cu. ft.

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Product Brochure

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Parts & Operator's Manual

View the WFR operator's manual