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looking at buying a new auger

2/12/14 @ 11:23 AM
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30''walters
30''walters
User since 1/22/12
heard some negative feedback on the new Honda strikemaster, don't really know what to belief though. any opinions there would be appreciated. never been that big of a jiffy guy because the model thirty I had was not a very dependable auger but not ruling out the new propane jiff. might just watch cl to see whats out there. if I could find one of the early 2000 strikemasters with the Tecumseh motor for a descent price that may be an option also. also curious for a little info on the german solo engines. thanks for any info and good luck on the water

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10/30/14 @ 3:58 AM
Fish Hound
User since 1/29/02
No worries, just wanted you to get the info while the unit was still on sale.

10/29/14 @ 8:56 PM
Jimo
User since 10/21/14
Now I see a few. Sorry bout that!

10/29/14 @ 7:19 PM
Fish Hound
User since 1/29/02
Did you read previous posts..... the information your looking for is already there.

10/29/14 @ 7:03 PM
Jimo
User since 10/21/14
Anyone own a Jiffy Pro 4 Lite?? Found one on sale but weary of going propane..

10/29/14 @ 1:15 PM
DUK FEVR
User since 3/8/10
trying to justify buying a Nils. But $589 is the cheapest I have found... Lips Sealed

10/29/14 @ 12:27 PM
Marketer
Marketer
User since 2/20/03
I bought a Jiffy Pro 4 3 years ago and it is without a doubt the best out there. No mixing gas, no gas spilage, Starts every time on the first pull, cuts great. I'd never buy another gasoline auger. The one pull starting alone is enough to keep me buying the product. The only maintenance I do is change the crankcase oil at the beginning of the season.

10/28/14 @ 8:16 PM
walleye-master
User since 2/28/08
Eskimo fans, the now have a propane model

10/27/14 @ 12:24 PM
walleye44
User since 12/18/13
The Nils 270 8" auger price is inline with the other quality brands out there. 7 year warranty too! They offer a professional grade 350 model that is higher.

10/27/14 @ 9:58 AM
n.pike
n.pike
User since 4/2/02
Companies are really working hard to make augers lighter and lighter these days. Nothing wrong with being able to handle or preferring a heavier type model, but for me personally, having the ION has really increase my mobility and it's easier to carry in the sled too. It's like a chainsaw, the lighter the better as long as it cuts what you need it to cut. Just my opinion. There are some nice brands other than ION that are getting really light as well.

10/27/14 @ 6:05 AM
Get Hooked
User since 9/1/09
The people that post about how great their nils auger is seem to not want to mention the price tag on thoseā€¦.. Holy Cow!!!!!!!!!

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