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Polaris Receiver Hitch #6992802
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Ever happened? I have a Polaris 900 crew 2015 model. I installed an ASF road feeder about two months ago. This past week I noticed that the "supports" adjacent to the receiv r hitch have "separated" from the hitch. Anyone ever experienced this? I'm thinking the fix is to hire a welder to "re-attach. Don't have pics at this time. Thoughts???

Re: Polaris Receiver Hitch [Re: Olson75] #6993008
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Re: Polaris Receiver Hitch [Re: Olson75] #6993244
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What size ASF feeder do you have?


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Re brace and re weld

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Originally Posted By: 68rustbucket
Re brace and re weld


Yes. Had it happen. Brace and reweld. Polaris also makes a front bumper receiver hitch. I installed one and moved the feeder to the front. I like the set up better. Higher off the ground too.

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If you don't have a windshield, keep the feeder in the back. The corn dust will cover you/get in your nose and eyes. Or I guess you could call it corn scent cover? I moved mine to the back due to no windshield due to being dusted way too much.

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Mine did the same thing. My SIL is a welder and he fixed it. No problems since


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