American Hunter® FeederMax® Game Feeder Funnels
This funnel may be OK if you're building a new feeder, but it's impossible if you're retrofitting one. The plastic is much too stiff to slip inside. I was able to wedge it in at an angle, but could not get it flipped to sit flat. I had to end up cutting a radial slit to get it in, and once it was flat, there was a 1/2 inch overlap that I had to seal with duct tape. If they made it 1/4 inch smaller diameter it would be a lot easier, and one could use weather stripping or duct tape to seal any gap. If you have bolts for the legs protruding inside your barrel. You'd have to cut the plastic for clearance.
October 2, 2011
Best Purchase Ever
I have used this equipment for my Deer Feeders and the Squirles and Raccoons are sad. They a hole in the bottom of a Plastic Remington Barrel and chewed off the funnel as well. This metal funnel stopped them immediately.
August 24, 2010
Snugg in an old 55 gal. drum.
I have one of these in an old 55 gal. drum. It was quite a tight fit with a little fuss it went into position. It required no sealing around edge. Has functioned properly. This might not be the right one for you if your barrel is out of round. It is a little bit rigid and doesnt conform to irregular shapes. If you have a nice round drum though I say go for it. It is sturdy and you can get rough with it if you need to. Its not gonna ever rott from moisture or worse sour corn.
August 26, 2008
THIS FUNNEL DOESN'T FIT THE 225LB FEEDER AT ALL UNLESS YOU WANT TO MODIFY IT(BUTHER IT UP). AN AMERICAN HUNTER FEEDER FUNNEL THAT DOESN'T FIT INTO AN AMERICAN HUNTER FEEDER -SOMETHINGS WRONG. SAVE YOUR MONEY OR MAKE YOUR OWN YOU CAN'T DO NO WORSE.
August 8, 2007
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