Peach of a John Deere Spreader


| 7/12/2017 12:36:00 PM


spreader 

This John Deere LF10 spreader (serial no. 28781) was found under a shed in Burke County, Georgia. To my knowledge, it was used to spread lime and kept clean, as it was found in 95 percent good condition. This type of spreader was manufactured until the 1970s by several companies in various sizes. I found the bias-ply tires through a used tractor and parts dealer.

Wayne A. Beggs, Lincolnton, Georgia


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