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ive been going nuts trying to find somewhere that sells eskimo ice augers or more important extensions for them. i really need one and cant find them anywhere. Does anyone know where to get one, or if jiffy or strikemaster will fit on it. please help me out guy i need one by this weekend. thanks

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Seems like I remember seeing Eskimo augers at Fleet Farm in Rochester. I don't know about extensions thou.

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i have checked fleet farm, gander, cabelas, dicks, sporting authority and they all dont have eskimo they all have jiffy and strikemaster

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Edgeucator, I found them at an outdoor store up here in Duluth. Email me and I'll let you know where and they may ship (actually I know they do)

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ok thanks im trying to ind somewhere down here though, and info will be helpful

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edgeucator, you have mail

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thanks shiner if i cant find something closer for the weekend i'll order one from them

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edgeucator....you have mail

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Where are you headed that needs an extension? There is a place on Mille Lacs that has them, I have one (live in Rochester) I could sell it to you and buy another when I head up that way.

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try northeren tool or menards I got mine at one of those two places, at one time they both sold the eskimo brand.

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I know that fleet farm has eskimo augers, I personally saw atleast two of them in the boxes yet the other day.

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yeah fleet farm sells the auger but not extensions

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