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WTB: Feeders on Skids #6885085
09/12/17 04:18 PM
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Anybody have some basic deer feeders on skids they're looking to part with? Need 3 of them. Must have plates on legs for anchoring down.

Picture is just an example of what I'm looking for. Must be located near the Fort Worth / Dallas area.


Re: WTB: Feeders on Skids [Re: txaggie929] #6885098
09/12/17 04:34 PM
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I know cabelas sells all seasons feeders and the Buck stop in Burleson has a bunch of feeders, could check there. Don't know what kind of stock bass pro would have

Might be hard to find 3 homemade feeders with your specs, might have to go retail....

Re: WTB: Feeders on Skids [Re: txaggie929] #6885105
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Fairly easy to make one of those, 1" or 1.5" square tube. Made a bigger one out of 2" tube for a 110 Gal drum.
Holds 700 lbs. Could make ya one but cost would be a little high. All need a small Mig welder, 120v will work because its not big steel

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