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American Hunter® RD-Kit Feeder Timer Kit
Not Very Good
I have been using this feeder for about two months and I cannot get the timer to consistantly work. I think the corn gets the unit stuck. I can hear the timer click on and off but no spin. I think this product is junk and not worth the money.
October 2, 2009
I had the analog version for about 4 months. It worked ok until some raccoons demolished. I think I had a little bit older version that had real thin plastic posts where the feeder part of it is. All 4 posts broke. It was definitely from raccoons because I had a game camera up and slowly watched them break it.
Also, out of the 4 screws that hold the feeder to your bin, 2 of the insert in the plastic were broke.
So the feeder itself worked fine, but too much plastic. It won't take any abuse. I recommend getting a different model with metal posts.
July 1, 2009
60 Dollar Give Away
I had the analog version of this feeder and was very happy with it for a few years. For Christmas 2008 I recieved the digital version as a gift and finally got around to swapping the units out in Mid-February 2009. By mid-April 2009 (2 months) the motor on the digital unit would barely turn fast enough to spit out corn and then would not turn at all a few days later. I reinstalled my analog unit and have had no problems since. I would stay away from this product!
June 23, 2009
american hunter feeder
if the feeder gets rain on it gets clogged the part that slings the corn is like a bowl it holds water therfore getting the feed wet. i called the american hunter com and they did not help so don't get this unless you want to give 50 dollar away
October 14, 2008
not to sound dumb but do i mount this on bottom of say a 55gal drum and let feed gravity feed to bottom where the spreader takes over. putting funnel in bottom of barrel to direct feed to hole that i would cut in barrel. need to make a few feeders and looking best way for money if anyone has ideas.
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