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Feeder Site Glass #7340539 11/07/18 05:57 AM
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Was thinking this would be a good idea so I Googled it and sure enough.
Also some counter weight level indicators too.

Any of you guys using these on elevated feeders?

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I just drilled about a 2" hole about half way up on barrel put a piece of plexiglass on inside screwed and sealed. Had this facing the blind so I could scope it.

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We have a couple Sweeney feeders with the window.

Re: Feeder Site Glass [Re: BigN on JigN] #7341176 11/07/18 08:20 PM
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All my corn feeders have a sight glass in them. I have them in protein feeders before also. It is a good place for a feeder to leak and ruin feed or clog up a feeder. If you do not seal it good and check regularly it will eventually leak. Seal well and check it every year, it will work fine.



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