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minimite

auger question for jonny p

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minimite    0
minimite

jon i'm supposed to be pickin up a jiffy from a guy i know sometime soon hopefully. the recoil's busted on it and i was just wondering where's the cheapest place to get parts or do i have to go straight thru jiffy. here's my email if you cant post info on stores, jnlouks@hotmail.com thanks, josh

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Random guy    1
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Dunno, my Jiffy has never brokedown.

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LABS4ME

D-Rock in New Brighton (or is it Shoreview) should have all the parts you need. That's where I pick up parts when I need them... and boy do I need them!

Good Luck!

Ken

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Eric Wettschreck    0
Eric Wettschreck

Do they have extensions?? Duct tape??? Holsters????

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ken

gene said you guys were up there fishing feb 9th..i was with him we went out of hillmans and did ok..how about you

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We did about the same as most trips... enough crappies to keep it interesting (we even through a couple 11-12'ers back!), with plenty of walleyes caught and we even got a couple respectable perch... had a ball with all my good buddies and I even played Johnny on the stereo WAY TOO LOUD Saturday night! grin.gif

I will be back the the 24th and March 3rd for sure... (along with some other days the wife doesn't know about yet!)

Good Luck!

Ken

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that reply conflicts with what you were telling me 2 weeks ago when you were re drilling holes. i guess you pry didn't need parts from jiffy for what you did to fix your auger, just a little know-how wink.gif anyway thanks for the info guys. i picked up the auger 2night brought it into the shop to do a little evaluation and had it runnin in less than a minute. i brought it home to show my wife the purchase i was so proud of, but she did not think it was a very good valentine's day present grin.gif i'm still talking like i was suckin on a helium balloon shocked.gif

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Quote:

that reply conflicts with what you were telling me 2 weeks ago when you were re drilling holes.


I must have been using KellyP's auger, that thing is the spawn of Satan.

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I must have been using KellyP's auger, that thing is the spawn of Satan.


Is it a Strikemaster? If so, then I have Satans brother. crazy.gif

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No it is a Jiffy that has never been loved, held or even had its own gas cap vent...but it has drilled a few thousand holes.

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minimite    0
minimite

u said that you bored it and jetted it or something. i don't remember i was hungover and getting high from the exhaust fumes

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Pikester

Hopefully you put a little Pink Floyd on too!! grin.gif

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That would be my auger. I bet I have one of the few modified augers in the state. It punches those 10" hole pretty quick, never bogs down just slams your hand into the wall or spins you in a circle. Those parts I had to get through a small engine guy along with the piston and head, not much stock about that power head.

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Pikester    0
Pikester

What all did you modify on it?

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I bought it and borrowed it out then it came back without mix gas and a cooked engine...so I had time on my hands and knew a good small engine guy and we increased the bore and compression along with a carb to match that is pretty wild. Didn't you notice it has when heck of a bark when it digs in?

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Yeah, I noticed it. I just thought it was the new 3HP one Jiffy put out. I haven't seen one of those in action. Was that originally a 2hp or 3 hp?

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Was a 3hp, now it is ice eating SOB power. Trouble is it gets hot drilling out the big houses with 12+ holes.

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minimite    0
minimite

3hp . nothing like listening to an ice auger rappin out in a hardhouse cool.gif

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Mike L    0
Mike L

custom exhaust to pipe the fumes straight outta the house? grin.gif

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I think that is what I am going to buy next year. I keep telling people I want to try something different than what I am using now. I said the same thing for my flasher, it only took me 3 years to finally switch over and I am glad I did. Maybe I wont wait so long with the auger.

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custom exhaust to pipe the fumes straight outta the house?
grin.gif


That one does stink the place up. Buddy is using one of the new four stroke jobs, no smoke,ice chips, stink or noise. Slower then a turtle taking a nap but clean.

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minimite

shouldof had floyd with! all i had was some johny cash and pantera in my mp3 player that weekend. kinda like mixin whiskey and bud grin.gif

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I like that musical taste mini. And of course you meant Budweiser?!?! grin.gif

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I make the runts stay in the truck when I zap the holes in my wheelhouse.

All possible damage to MY lungs, heart and liver (not to mention, brain) was done years ago. shocked.gif

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you know it! he's pretty much my best friend!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! WOW we must lead quite the exciting lives sitting here bulls#%$@! about jonny p's stinky auger at eleven oclock on valentine's night grin.gif

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