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8 inch hand auger

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8 inch hand auger someone can scoop up for no charge. Is a lower quality brand I bought new a few years ago, blades are currently dull.

contact at aadey402@uwsp.edu if interested.

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you have mail

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is the auger gone?

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still available

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We are headed up I-35 Friday. Where is the auger located? I sent you an email the 8th.

Finns.

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Sry, I was out of town. Thought I sent emails to all inquries? Maybe I missed ya.

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Is this still available? I am interested in it. Let me know. email nelsondl@frontiernet.net

Thanks

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