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Auger Extension ?

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I'am sure this has been asked before. I have a 3 hp 9" jiffy auger that I am thinking about trading in for a 2 hp 8" strikemaster, the jiffy is to heavy. Will my jiffy extension work on a Strikemaster auger.

Thanks for any input

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My buddy just bought a Jiffy extension for his strikemaster because he thought they were interchangable. He had to take it back and get a strikemaster extension because the bolt hole wouldn't match up with the jiffy extension.

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Just as cold one posted, the Jiffy extension will not work on a Strikemaster auger and vice versa.When I sold my Jiffy auger years ago, the extension went with it because it wouldn't fit my newly bought Strikemaster lazer power auger.

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Yep, like th above posters said.. I doubt it will work.. you will need a part designed for what it is intended for.

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You can pick the extenision up online or stop by their store in Big Lake. If I remeber correctly, we got ours for under 15? They aren't too terribly expensive.

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I was at Strikemaster,in Big Lake,today to pick up some 4 stroke oil, and the extensions I saw there were 10 bucks.

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