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Best power auger

Discussion in 'IceFishingMichigan.com' started by vellul, Jan 8, 2018.

  1. Burksee

    Burksee Premium Member

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    I tried to find a thread related to the use of an impact driver vs a drill but could not, maybe I saw it on another site? Anywhos it was about how impact drivers do not work as well as a drill does.
     
  2. BlackRhino

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    Me too!
     

  3. Thomas Selwa

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  4. Thomas Selwa

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    I bought a mako eskimo 10 inch when sportsman warehouse was in Allen park mi that was almost 9 years ago.the fuel tank cracked 3 years ago.I replaced it with a updated tank,replaced the spark plug, hoses,primer bulb.I'I think it was because I did not leave the vent on the cap loose and it built up psi in the hot summer.today I poured out the old gas put in New gas and it started up within 3pulls it has been a great anger for me,plenty of power,cuts thru deep ice,has not rusted at all and still using the same blades,well worth the money,you will not be disapointed.
     
  5. Elwood454

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    I have the stingray 8inch. I love it. It’s light and cuts well. My buddy has the propane jiffy. He can cut a 12inch deep hole about 1.5sec faster than I can. He also payed twice as much too.
    I’ve always used true fuel premixed gas and completely drained the tank and carbs at the end of season. Proper maintenance is key.
     
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  6. RiverRanger

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    Picked up mine on Saturday and used it Sunday, gotta say im impressed. Eskimo P1 Propane 8"