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3-D winch up feeder problem #2630320 10/04/11 12:58 AM
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If you have bought one of my winch up feeders the I- bolt that holds the upper pulley may fail, please contact me for a improved replacement.
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Dale


Re: 3-D winch up feeder problem [Re: Mr Redneck] #2632307 10/04/11 07:39 PM
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Thanks for trying to make it right Dale.


Re: 3-D winch up feeder problem [Re: dgilbert] #2633352 10/05/11 01:44 AM
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Thanks, I had a customer that had the I-bolt bend open and his feeder fell while he was winching it up. I will replace the I-bolt with one that has been welded shut. PLEASE CONTACT ME IF YOU HAVE ONE OF THESE FEEDERS.


Re: 3-D winch up feeder problem [Re: Mr Redneck] #2636927 10/06/11 01:08 PM
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Dale is a he'll of a nice guy and is standing by his products. Thanks again Dale and I will be buying more of your huntin' stuff!
Steve Cue


Re: 3-D winch up feeder problem [Re: Cueman] #2637558 10/06/11 05:25 PM
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I was that guy, I'm so glad no one or one of my dogs weren't under it! Here's what I just bought from Fort Worth Bolt and Tool, $3.50.




Re: 3-D winch up feeder problem [Re: DoubleB20] #2638525 10/07/11 12:10 AM
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Looks like a shouldered forged steel eye bolt like I use, they are designed for lifting machinery and will be much better. Give Mr. Redneck credit he is out there trying to make it right great customer service.



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Re: 3-D winch up feeder problem [Re: bholt] #2641162 10/07/11 10:37 PM
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WOW!
400# coming down from 12' would be hell on a person!!!!



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Re: 3-D winch up feeder problem [Re: Chopped54] #2641657 10/08/11 03:12 AM
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forged eye bolts are only way to go. tough way to learn the lesson and glad noone was hurt.


Re: 3-D winch up feeder problem [Re: Bonner] #2641910 10/08/11 11:18 AM
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Originally Posted By: Bonner
forged eye bolts are only way to go. tough way to learn the lesson and glad noone was hurt.


X2 Really glad you did not get hurt!!!! That would have been one helluva a knot on your head



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