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I’ve got the old girl running pretty good now,winch and 50” snow plow installed.looking for a plastic box of some kind to mount on the rear rack big enough to hold a 40# bag of rock salt not only for extra weight but also to spread some salt on the driveway in front of the garages.what say you all.thanks,jeff
 

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Are you looking for a actual salt spreader of some kind..? Or just some type of a box to hold the salt where you can open the lid and manually apply some..?
 

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Just a plastic box with a secure lid that I can strap to the rear rack,I’ve looked at the rubber made type and don’t think they’ll hold up to the cold weather very well.
 

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There was a mall here that bought a brand new Yamaha Wolverine. At the time those were really nice sporty ATV's. They used it to plow snow and spread salt and a few years later the entire frame was rusted brown and there was no paint left on it. I have never seen an ATV die such a quick and horrifying death as that Wolverine.
 

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Just a plastic box with a secure lid that I can strap to the rear rack,I’ve looked at the rubber made type and don’t think they’ll hold up to the cold weather very well.
I was actually looking at Rubbermaid bins but the Rougneck type. Like the once depicted bellow. It’s a heavier duty bin that’ll probably hold up better then a standard plastic box or plain Rubbermaid bin.

 

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I was actually looking at Rubbermaid bins but the Rougneck type. Like the once depicted bellow. It’s a heavier duty bin that’ll probably hold up better then a standard plastic box or plain Rubbermaid bin.

That looks like what I’m after.thanks
 

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No problem, glad I could help. Let us know how it works out for you.
 
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