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CLONE VS SNOW BOT REVIEWS vs LUCK DUCK VERSION

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  1. NJC

    NJC Refuge Member

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    What a deal!
     
  2. CA Birdman

    CA Birdman Elite Refuge Member

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    Space and weight is an issue in getting snow spread to the field of the day.

    For a clone

    How big of 12 volt battery does it take and what is the life. Will a small motorcycle battery run one for 3 hours or so or does it have to be small car battery size
     
  3. timber hunter

    timber hunter Elite Refuge Member

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    That's what I thought.
     
  4. rossgoose

    rossgoose Refuge Member

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    :l yep!! but who knows, maybe the juice will be worth the squeeze and theyll be the ticket
     
  5. LuxuryHunter

    LuxuryHunter Senior Refuge Member Sponsor

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    It can operate on a small 12V battery. A small utv battery will run multiple clones for hours.
     
  6. no harm-no fowl

    no harm-no fowl Senior Refuge Member

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    I'm a handy guy and can build almost anything, I took a look at the clones on their videos, they don't look too hard to make. I have a few ideas as to how to make one. I've already ran down a couple of motor/ gear assy. to use. Any chance someone could take a pic of the inside of one and PM it to me. First one to help out with good pics, gets a free replica. Thanks.

    PS: This is only for my use, other than the one I will make for whoever provides pics.
     
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  7. wyfarrell

    wyfarrell Senior Refuge Member

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    I was sure impressed with the snow-bot last fall. I'm betting it's the only made in the USA model as well.
     
  8. LuxuryHunter

    LuxuryHunter Senior Refuge Member Sponsor

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    Here's a pic I took of some clones in one of our spreads. I let them run while setting decoys and birds were already circling. Will post again once we hunt over them.

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  9. Wapiti@67

    Wapiti@67 Senior Refuge Member

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    Sweet looking spread Jon!
     
  10. L.Berggren

    L.Berggren Senior Refuge Member

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