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#5797033 - 06/19/15 05:57 PM Can this feeder be fixed?
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Registered: 12/31/14
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Loc: Kingsland, TX
My buddy has some large & expensive protein feeders. They all are starting to rust at the head & the deer/axis are now breaking them off. Can these be economically fixed? Located near Junction Texas.

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#5797040 - 06/19/15 06:05 PM Re: Can this feeder be fixed? [Re: pertnear]
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Yes. Any welding shop or welder can fix that.
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#5797082 - 06/19/15 06:38 PM Re: Can this feeder be fixed? [Re: pertnear]
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I'm not a welder, but it just doesn't seem like enough metal left to weld(?)
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#5797492 - 06/20/15 06:42 AM Re: Can this feeder be fixed? [Re: pertnear]
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Will probably need a wire welder, most fab/welding shops have those as well. If you take them is, you would be smart to see if they can reinforce that area with new steel if possible, maybe some 1/8th strap.
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#5797630 - 06/20/15 09:24 AM Re: Can this feeder be fixed? [Re: pertnear]
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Firepit?

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#5797689 - 06/20/15 10:14 AM Re: Can this feeder be fixed? [Re: pertnear]
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Loc: Georgetown,TX
The ranchman is correct. It can be fixed, the metal metal be thin around the break but a welder can reinforce it and fix it for your buddy.

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