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The Hammer? #7766302 03/08/20 11:04 PM
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Has anybody had any problems with these timed protein feeder adapters? They seem pretty well built, but I know some of you on here will know. TIA

Re: The Hammer? [Re: BigTxBassMan] #7809424 04/17/20 06:16 PM
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Im a dealer for them, they work great, havent had to send any back in the 3 years ive been selling them


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Re: The Hammer? [Re: BigTxBassMan] #7813801 04/21/20 02:00 PM
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Have 2 of The Hammers. No issues as long as you have a larger than normal size hole in your contain (larger than hole size for corn dispense) and no moisture issue to avoid swelling and clogging. My pocket can't handle protein free flow so The Hammer is great option for controlled feed. Wish I had 2 more

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