Ball feeder parts?

neilo

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My old 6 station FSL Bells ball feeder is now down to 3 balls for feeding mollasses, as the others have succumbed to old age.

Anyone know of a replacement supplier please? Just want the plastic balls.
Wynnstay have the balls & black tubes in boxes on the shelf usually. Called ‘Adaptaball’ iirc.

Or Mole Valley apparently: https://www.moleonline.com/adaptaball-for-liquid-feed-1060010

I doubt you’ll get just the balls anywhere, unless you want 10,000 from China.
 
Wynnstay have the balls & black tubes in boxes on the shelf usually. Called ‘Adaptaball’ iirc.

Or Mole Valley apparently: https://www.moleonline.com/adaptaball-for-liquid-feed-1060010

I doubt you’ll get just the balls anywhere, unless you want 10,000 from China.
Cheer Neil.

I had seen the full kits, it but seemed over the top to have to have the whole fandangle! I used them once or twice to make a ball feeder in a 5gal drum.

Guess I might have to bite the bullet and pay the money!
 

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