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edgeucator    0
edgeucator

ive been pulling my hair out trying to find some where that sells eskimo ice augers or more importantly extensions for them. does anyone know where i could pick up an extension for an eskimo, of if jiffy or strikemaster extensions will work on a eskimo? i really need one and am going crazy trying to find one. thanks

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Bigeye30"    0
Bigeye30"

I would try calling Reel Fishing and Tackle, I thought I saw an extension in there, if not I'm sure they would be able to put you in to better connections to find one Good Luck

Here's the link Reel Fishing and Tackle

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edgeucator    0
edgeucator

thanks i tried them and they dont niether does fleet farm, gander, cabelas, dicks sporting good, sports authority. i cant find them. i can get them from the manufactuer in canada so it will take 2 weeks to get it, i was hoping to get one before that.

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Scott K    28
Scott K

I have seen Sheels in Mankato had a Eskimoo auger in stock. I dont know if they have extensions.

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edgeucator    0
edgeucator

thnaks i'll check them out.

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edgeucator    0
edgeucator

no lick at sheels, im ready to sell mine and get a jiffy

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Team Otter    0
Team Otter

Try Thorne Bros, Vado's Bait and Sportsman's Warehouse.

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edgeucator    0
edgeucator

 Originally Posted By: Team Otter
Try Thorne Bros, Vado's Bait and Sportsman's Warehouse.

they only have jiffy and strikemaster

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Team Otter    0
Team Otter

Get one fabricated at a local welding shop or by a friend.

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g@tor slayer    0
g@tor slayer

You can call ardisam at 715-822-2415 they can assist you I was looking for a new gas cap for mine and there are no dealers around that carried them so I called the company and they sent me one for free freat service

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eric29    0
eric29

I got trouble finding a new blade for my old eskimo. Ive boughten 3 different blades all made by eskimo but none of them fit

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g@tor slayer    0
g@tor slayer

like I said about the extension call the manufacturer with your model number a serial number and they will help you find what you need

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Bulldoggr    0
Bulldoggr

Any extension should work. I bought an 18" a few years back for my eskimo. I picked it up at Gander if i remember right.

As far as who carry's Eskimo's Mikes bait on Hwy 8 in forest lake carries them.

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Team Otter    0
Team Otter

In the future, I'd rather have you exchange telephone numbers for a non-sponsor business via e-mail or some other form of communication besides this. Thank you.

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g@tor slayer    0
g@tor slayer

oh so sorry new to this place I will not let it happen again

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fishin789    0
fishin789

Go to the ardisam website.

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