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Strikemaster Cobra With Dual Chipper Blades *SOLD**SOLD*

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This is my fathers auger and has only drilled 20-30 holes since he bought it new.It has been stored for a few years as he cannot ice fish anymore.He ran it empty on gas the last time he used it.It is a strikemaster cobra 3 HP looks like a 7.5 inch cut.Dual chipper blades.I took it down and drilled 3 holes today and it cuts the holes fast with the duel chipper blades.My father said he paid $350 when he bought this auger new.You can call me (Dan) at 507-236-5553 or email me at danbicknase@frontiernet.net Here`s a few pictures of the auger.SOLD SOLD

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