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Has anyone Ever #7245150 08/04/18 04:46 PM
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Welded two barrels together end to end to make a 600lb feeder so it was just twice as tall?

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Seen them but never built one. Most were way to tall and to top heavy for my liking. I prefer to get an 85 gallon drum to make a larger feeder that is the same height. Used to be able to find funnels made to fit an 85 gallon drum years ago also.



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I been Looking for bigger drums and havenít found any anywhere.

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Re: Has anyone Ever [Re: sunsetroosters] #7245318 08/04/18 08:32 PM
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There is a post in the stands and feeders section somewhere where someone did what your talking about. Ill try to find it.

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I have several double stacked 55 gallon drum feeders. Using a cut-off wheel on e 4 1/2" angle grinder, cut the top off one and bottom off the other. Made a few cuts in the top of the lower barrel so it would slide maybe 4" into the top barrel and ran sheetmetal screws thru the lap. Works great!

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