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Wild Willie

Jiffy Stealth STX 2hp - 8" Ice Drill (SOLD)

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Like new Jiffy Stealth STX 2hp - 8" ice drill. Only drilled a dozen or so holes the last two seasons. Starts great, runs great, and cuts great. I'm including a used ReadyRig power head cover, new ReadyRig Triad rod case, new chipper dipper and new 50" Wave Tamer Drift Sock for 16' to 18' boats. All for the low, low, low, price of $300. Call 651.747.6186 if interested.

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I forgot to mention 651.747.6186 is my cell number. You can also call 651.501.9518. This auger new sells between $385 to $399. The value of the bundled items new are: head cover $15, rod case $17, chipper dipper $6 and drift sock $90.

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I'll take $285 for the whole bundle....would make great Xmas presents. The auger is like new. No dings, no scratches, no rust, and runs great. Still have the boxes for the auger stored in the garage attick.

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The auger needs to find a new home...will consider any reasonable offer.

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Thanks for your interest but the Ice Drill and bundled items have been SOLD.

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