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eyeguy 54

Got the extension for nills

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eyeguy 54

wow! talk about service. called marine general in duluth yesterday and its on my step this morning!  drill trigger is at chest level so should be dandy.  

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monstermoose78

Nice it will save your back

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eyeguy 54

hoping it will be nice to me. 

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IceHawk

Looks good Royce hopefully you can put it to good use soon. The ice is sure getting thick if it keeps up I will be ordering a extension for my K drill soon or bring out the  StrikeMaster and extension. :grin:

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eyeguy 54

sunday hopefully back on the ice :) 

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Surface Tension

Ergonomics and Finnovation :)

+1 for Marine General.  Fast shipping,  knowledgeable staff, great selection and prices.  They also do a lot for the outdoor community.

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CJH
On 1/23/2018 at 12:48 PM, eyeguy 54 said:

wow! talk about service. called marine general in duluth yesterday and its on my step this morning!  drill trigger is at chest level so should be dandy.  

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FYI ~ Since  you are using a Ryobi Drill, Home Depot just started selling 6ah Ryobi LiOn Batteries.  Haven't seen them in store yet, but they are available online:

 

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Ryobi-18-Volt-ONE-6-0Ah-High-Capacity-Lithium-HP-Battery-2-Pack-P164/305571990?MERCH=REC-_-rv_search_plp_rr-_-NA-_-305571990-_-N

 

Should be able to get a few more holes with those batteries!!

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Getanet

If that's a 6" Nils, can you tell me where you got the Cold Snap cover? The stock blade cover is the only thing I don't like about my Nils. I tried to a cold snap cover late in the season, but didn't have any luck.

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eyeguy 54

pm sent

I updated to the fuel.  dandy! 

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