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#6176595 - 02/09/16 06:24 PM Anyone tried one of these Spintech timers?
BLUERIBBONS Offline
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thanks for the info

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#6176658 - 02/09/16 06:59 PM Re: Anyone tried one of these Spintech timers? [Re: BLUERIBBONS]
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Registered: 08/04/10
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If they have as much trouble with that timer as they do their spinners on roadfeeders, I would not take one if it was given to me.
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#6177291 - 02/10/16 07:57 AM Re: Anyone tried one of these Spintech timers? [Re: BLUERIBBONS]
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Yes. I have one that's been in service for 2 years now. The timer was iffy and had to be replaced after about 9 months. Also, be aware that you will need a good battery and you have to occasionally oil/WD40 the shaft or it will bind up with corn dust and not throw at all.
I won't buy another one, but the thing does close up completely after it throws, unlike the Primos Vaults that lose spring tension and won't.
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#6177304 - 02/10/16 08:05 AM Re: Anyone tried one of these Spintech timers? [Re: BLUERIBBONS]
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I looked at them awhile back, but there weren't many reviews talking about having longevity. For close to the same money, take a look at the sunslinger.
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Any ideas how to make it hard?

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#6177535 - 02/10/16 10:42 AM Re: Anyone tried one of these Spintech timers? [Re: BLUERIBBONS]
Wreckem04 Offline
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Registered: 07/25/11
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Loc: Mckinney, TX
i run the 12V units on all my feeders and they work great! just spray the spring with some WD-40 every time you fill the feeder and they'll last forever!
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#6177958 - 02/10/16 03:53 PM Re: Anyone tried one of these Spintech timers? [Re: BLUERIBBONS]
BaffinBoy Offline
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Registered: 01/02/12
Posts: 162
Loc: San Antonio
They are junk, but i haven't used the 12 volt only the 6

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#6178408 - 02/10/16 08:40 PM Re: Anyone tried one of these Spintech timers? [Re: BLUERIBBONS]
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Registered: 12/21/14
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one of the guys on our lease has one and he didnt have any problems

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#6182814 - 02/14/16 08:55 AM Re: Anyone tried one of these Spintech timers? [Re: BLUERIBBONS]
TX Hitman Offline
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Registered: 10/12/11
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Loc: West Texas
My buddy upgraded all of his spinners with the silver 12v spinners. Those things have been awesome. Been feeding 2x /day for about a year and haven't had a single issue.

Thanks for the tip, wreckem! We will start spraying them with wd40 that as well.

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#6184543 - 02/15/16 02:23 PM Re: Anyone tried one of these Spintech timers? [Re: rickym]
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Registered: 10/05/09
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Originally Posted By: rickym
I looked at them awhile back, but there weren't many reviews talking about having longevity. For close to the same money, take a look at the sunslinger.


The sunslinger is $$$, I love mine

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#6192536 - 02/20/16 08:30 PM Re: Anyone tried one of these Spintech timers? [Re: BLUERIBBONS]
BaffinBoy Offline
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Registered: 01/02/12
Posts: 162
Loc: San Antonio
Yes live the worm screw, I've gone through two motors in 3 years on the same feeder. They still threw but the locking mechanism malfunctioned to where they would lock back up tight so the coons could empty them. Again, these are the 6 volt, would not recommend. Have other feeders with Texas Hunting Products motors, running 4 years strong.

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#6192537 - 02/20/16 08:30 PM Re: Anyone tried one of these Spintech timers? [Re: BLUERIBBONS]
BaffinBoy Offline
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Registered: 01/02/12
Posts: 162
Loc: San Antonio
Lube the worm screw

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#6192585 - 02/20/16 09:11 PM Re: Anyone tried one of these Spintech timers? [Re: BLUERIBBONS]
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Registered: 06/04/11
Posts: 213
Loc: NB, TX
I've had one on my road feeder for 6 years without any problems as long as worm screw stays lubed up
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#6198732 - 02/25/16 11:21 AM Re: Anyone tried one of these Spintech timers? [Re: Wreckem04]
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Originally Posted By: Wreckem04
i run the 12V units on all my feeders and they work great! just spray the spring with some WD-40 every time you fill the feeder and they'll last forever!


I switched all my feeders to the 12v and mounted a solar panel directly to the metal box. I have had one feeder going for 4 years, year around on the same battery.

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#6201356 - 02/27/16 09:26 AM Re: Anyone tried one of these Spintech timers? [Re: cowboy412]
Woodrow1 Offline
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Registered: 09/27/15
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Originally Posted By: cowboy412
Originally Posted By: rickym
I looked at them awhile back, but there weren't many reviews talking about having longevity. For close to the same money, take a look at the sunslinger.


The sunslinger is $$$, I love mine


That's what I have. Been running for a year now, no issues, no battery changes. Love it

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#6208586 - 03/03/16 03:36 PM Re: Anyone tried one of these Spintech timers? [Re: BLUERIBBONS]
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I had the 6V plastic unit, needless to say it didnt last long. Timer issues and the spring unit jamming up. No more for me.

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