Topic: Re: Hydraulic Push VS Apron Chain
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|Bruce from Can.
Alot of good replys on this topic. I myself have a 185 New Holland , that I bought new 15 years ago. It has , and continues to serve me very well. We have a tie stall dairy with 73 stalls, so it gets a lot of work. Still on the first apron chain. I clean it out and oil it couple times a year. Like any other piece of equpment, how you care for it will dictate how long it will last. You could easy spend 25 or 30 thousand on a new spreader, and if you neglect it , and it will give you just as much trouble as a 15 thousand dollar apron type will in time.I would look at how much work I had for the spreader and how much monry you want to tie up.Bruce
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