Many spreaders put too much weight on the rear, but not Super Maxx™II spreaders. They have a unique hopper and auger design that pushes more weight to the front. It provides better payload distribution over the front and rear axles.
Super Maxx II spreaders are ready for pre-wet integration with a unique wet/dry mixing chamber, where brine is thoroughly mixed with granular material before being delivered the spinner. They’re available with specially fitted saddle tanks, giving you lots of liquid capacity without taking up too much room in the truck bed.
The hopper is not literally a “V,” but instead incorporates a patented multi-angle design ensuring material from one side comes in at a different height than the other. So material is not hitting at the same level, which can lead to bridging or clogging. Instead, the very deliberate angles create a natural material vortex for maximum flow from the top of the hopper to the auger. Combined with the patented inverted “V” baffle, which is attached to a vibrator, there is no other spreader on the market that matches its flow.
Equipment is only making you money when it’s working. So the less you have to maintain and service, the better. That’s where our auger system powered by the patented, totally enclosed electric motor transmission come into play. Less moving parts than any other spreader on the market means less that can go wrong…and more peace of mind at 3:00 a.m. when breakdowns are not an option.
Poly hoppers are great because you don’t have to worry about corrosion. We should know … we were one of the first to develop a poly hopper back in the early 90s. But one of the concerns with poly as you get into larger hoppers is poly sag – or flexing that can occur to the hopper walls with extreme amounts of material. Not an issue with the Super Maxx II. A steel frame around the hopper acts as rigid exoskeleton helping prevent loss of structural integrity. It’s much stronger than poly alone, and without the headaches of a steel hopper.