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Jiffy Ice Auger

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I guess I tried to drill an ice hole in a rock this weekend.(don't ask!! mad.gif) I've got a mid-90's Jiffy model 50 that needs a clockwise rotation chipper blade that are unavailable. Has anyone ever tried to put a strickmaster blade on one? They seem to be about the same. Strickmasters alittle shorter and has smaller holes for mounting which I can deal with. Is it going to work? Or do I just go get a new Strickmaster grin.gif. Don't want to get out their and not be able to drill a hole.

Lonnie

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I dont think they ever made a jiffy model 50 and every jiffy that i have seen spins counter clockwise. Just sounds weird to me!

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Google Jiffy ice drills and see what their website has to say. You can email their customer service I would bet.

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The 50 had the R/H clockwise rotation. I'd call Jiffy and ask about the blades.

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