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Auger Extension Needed?

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PT73

Going up tomorrow, is an extension needed?

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Sutty

I say you leave it at home to save that extra space in the truck grin.gif

Just bring a gallon of hot water and if you don't quite make it through pour it in and maybe it will finish the job for ya.

Pardon my wise a$$ I'd bring it with.

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LaVoi

I personally did not need one last weekend, but I have heard reports that they are needing extensions in certain areas. I would bring one to be safe.

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BigWadeS

so in other words, my hand auger isn't going to cut it?

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crappeyeslayer

My budy was up there last weekend and he said that it took every inch of his auger to hit water! shocked.gif

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minimite

i could say something but i don't a note from the moderators shocked.gifgrin.gif

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crappeyeslayer

LOL is that why you are called "mini" mite ooo.gifgrin.gif

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minimite

i'm not ashamed grin.gifgrin.gif

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