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SOLD!!!! Jiffy Model 30 Ice Auger

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Jiffy Model 30 ice auger. 3 HP, 8". Ice Armor cutting head.

Included with auger: shaft extension, extra new blade, Otter Ice Shield carry tube, and a new motor cover.

3 years old, like new condition. $225.00

320-252-8551 (St. Cloud area)

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Can you send me some pictures

And why are you selling it?

Thanks

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Goodman, I am sorry but my camera is on the fritz. You can get a look at the same model at most of the major outdoors retailers web sites.

We are moving south, no hard water.

Thanks

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would you take $200?you can email me at trav12974@aol.com or cal 763-274-4283.thanks!

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Rookie 44,

Take a look at the extras that I am including. I believe that the price is very fair. Thanks

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I am very interested and will be up in that area this weekend - where are you located?

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SOLD, Thanks for the interest

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Thank you

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