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#6852674 - 08/11/17 08:05 AM Delete!
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Looking for a 100lb road feeder for my mule. Prefer one that needs a receiver hitch. Let me know thanks. Close to forney.


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#6852822 - 08/11/17 10:02 AM Re: WTB Road Feeder [Re: Hartca]
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You will probably get to fabricate an extension to reach past the bed FYI

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#6852835 - 08/11/17 10:16 AM Re: WTB Road Feeder [Re: Hartca]
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It will be going on the front. I have a bumper with a receiver on it.

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#6855007 - 08/13/17 05:04 PM Re: WTB Road Feeder [Re: Hartca]
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#6855017 - 08/13/17 05:17 PM Re: WTB Road Feeder [Re: Hartca]
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Registered: 12/17/11
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I have a all seasons ( Hercules )
Very heavy duty
Lmk
972-979-3535 $300

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#6855659 - 08/14/17 09:10 AM Re: WTB Road Feeder [Re: Hartca]
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If used not looking to pay new prices. Give me a reasonable price for a used feeder guys.

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#6855773 - 08/14/17 10:42 AM Re: WTB Road Feeder [Re: Hartca]
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I just picked this one up at the TTH extravaganza yesterday. It was $129 at the show WITH the receiver hitch. I couldn't find any reviews on it. It seems to be well made anyway. As much as I am going to use it I think it will work just fine.

https://www.spintechspreaders.com/shop/wildlife-feeders/new-gamemaster-50lb-tailgate-road-feeder/
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#6855819 - 08/14/17 11:15 AM Re: WTB Road Feeder [Re: jrfan]
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Originally Posted By: jrfan
I just picked this one up at the TTH extravaganza yesterday. It was $129 at the show WITH the receiver hitch. I couldn't find any reviews on it. It seems to be well made anyway. As much as I am going to use it I think it will work just fine.

https://www.spintechspreaders.com/shop/wildlife-feeders/new-gamemaster-50lb-tailgate-road-feeder/


I looked at those as well - compared to the lamco, all seasons or some of the others those were too cheaply made for me. Didn't look like they would hold up very well but if you are rarely going to use it I suppose it will work.

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#6855960 - 08/14/17 01:00 PM Re: WTB Road Feeder [Re: HoldPoint]
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Originally Posted By: jrfan
I just picked this one up at the TTH extravaganza yesterday. It was $129 at the show WITH the receiver hitch. I couldn't find any reviews on it. It seems to be well made anyway. As much as I am going to use it I think it will work just fine.

https://www.spintechspreaders.com/shop/wildlife-feeders/new-gamemaster-50lb-tailgate-road-feeder/


I looked at those as well - compared to the lamco, all seasons or some of the others those were too cheaply made for me. Didn't look like they would hold up very well but if you are rarely going to use it I suppose it will work.


Did you see the all steel 50# version?? It was $179. I agree about the comparison, but the price difference was too significant for me to justify the added expense. I'm not sure I will use it all that much. It will be nice to throw come corn when I need to. I will probably mount it on the rear rather than the front just to keep it from getting beat up through the brush.
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#6856064 - 08/14/17 02:08 PM Re: WTB Road Feeder [Re: jrfan]
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Originally Posted By: jrfan
Originally Posted By: HoldPoint
Originally Posted By: jrfan
I just picked this one up at the TTH extravaganza yesterday. It was $129 at the show WITH the receiver hitch. I couldn't find any reviews on it. It seems to be well made anyway. As much as I am going to use it I think it will work just fine.

https://www.spintechspreaders.com/shop/wildlife-feeders/new-gamemaster-50lb-tailgate-road-feeder/


I looked at those as well - compared to the lamco, all seasons or some of the others those were too cheaply made for me. Didn't look like they would hold up very well but if you are rarely going to use it I suppose it will work.


Did you see the all steel 50# version?? It was $179. I agree about the comparison, but the price difference was too significant for me to justify the added expense. I'm not sure I will use it all that much. It will be nice to throw come corn when I need to. I will probably mount it on the rear rather than the front just to keep it from getting beat up through the brush.


yea I looked at both versions - just a little light duty for me but price wasn't bad

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#6857020 - 08/15/17 08:52 AM Re: WTB Road Feeder [Re: Hartca]
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Up. Looking for something that will last in the $200 range. Will be used a lot during season.

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#6858253 - 08/16/17 07:52 AM Re: WTB Road Feeder [Re: Hartca]
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#6858316 - 08/16/17 09:02 AM Re: WTB Road Feeder [Re: Hartca]
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Loc: Burleson TX
I have a Lamco for sale if interested...
http://texashuntingforum.com/forum/ubbth...der#Post6857851

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