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Feed trailer feed jet #9059020 06/08/24 01:42 PM
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Does anyone have experience with the Outback Pardner feed trailer? Looking at this one, it’s $10k cheaper than the alternative from what I’ve found so far. If not, what are you using?


Re: Feed trailer feed jet [Re: WT Hunter 1980] #9059023 06/08/24 01:52 PM
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welcome They had a booth at the Dallas Safari Club show years ago with all their feeders, etc. I stopped by to talk and they wouldn't give me the time of day. I really hold grudges. 'Ain't healthy, but it is what it is.

I bought the All Seasons Feeder trailer about 2 years ago. It took a while for them to get the Honda engines in, but that's what I wanted. Right after I picked it up, the thin-wall little hose that ran from the pressure unit to the bottom of the hopper tore apart, but the owner of All Seasons got me a thicker, better hose FedExed to me. The company that made the pressure unit in Minnesota had supplied the sub-par hose. No problems since.

...and have dominion over the fish of the sea, and over the fowl of the air, and over every living thing that moveth upon the earth. Gen. 1:28
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