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Scott M

$5 Extension for Auger

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$5 for a 12" Strikemaster auger extension in big lake.

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There 10inch extensions and I bought one yesterday thanks for the heads up

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I stopped by the store yesterday and got one too...For that price you can't go wrong...

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Should have looked here first!! Just bought the 20" from gander for $20. And I really didn't need that long of one but that is all they had.

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Picked one up last weekend, those guys are a riot!

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I had one sent to me...$11 bucks total with shipping. Still beats gas money to get there or $20-$30 bucks at the store.

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Ordered 2 of them Tuesday got them wednesday $16, great deal!!

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what is there web site?

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Strikemaster.(you know what)

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I also only see options for 8", 12" and 20". Are they on a seperate part of the site than "power auger parts"?

Or must you just call them, and order over phone?

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Now they have the 12" for $13.95, plus shipping of course. The 10" - $5.00 special is off the site and to answer your question, yes it's seperate from their regular power auger parts page. Click on the yellow box with the "Weekly Special" on the home page.

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Stopped in yesterday to pick up the $5 extension, and there were 2 left (now only 1 wink.gif). The guy at the counter said someone had been in a few minutes before me that bought 8.

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Stopped in yesterday to pick up the $5 extension, and there were 2 left (now only 1
wink.gif
). The guy at the counter said someone had been in a few minutes before me that bought 8.


And then is going to stick them on ebay, probably.

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I stopped in Friday at 2:11 pm - there was a note on the door - we'll be closing at 2:00 - not a soul around. That was my one chance to get to Big Lake - I didn't even care if I got the $5 extension - I just needed an extension

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