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Everlast Tailgate Feeder ATV #7964187 09/07/20 03:56 PM
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Hey y'all,

I bought the 50lb Everest tailgate feeder from Academy yesterday to install on my Honda Foreman. The way it mounts is with two L brackets that you screw together and then it would just slide over the rack (or tailgate as intended). Problem #1, it doesn't slide over the rack because the cross bars are in the way. So my thought is to screw it to the rack somehow which would be more sturdy. Anyone have any experience or advice with this?

Re: Everlast Tailgate Feeder ATV [Re: buckedup] #7964633 09/08/20 12:19 AM
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https://www.etrailer.com/RV-and-Camper-Hitch/Buyers-Products/337RVA24.html

I fit one of these to my rear rack & then fit the feeder with the male piece. Worked great for 20 years.

Re: Everlast Tailgate Feeder ATV [Re: Reloder28] #7971795 09/13/20 02:01 PM
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Sway bar bushings.

Re: Everlast Tailgate Feeder ATV [Re: buckedup] #7973100 09/14/20 01:00 PM
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That is slick gollygee!!!


I've had one of my 50 lb ForEverLast TG feeders now about 15 years. I would say if I had a penny for every pound of corn it has laid down I could buy about 100 of them. lol
For the money, you absolutely cannot go wrong on one.


High fence, low fence, no fence, it really doesn't matter as long as you're hunting!
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