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JIFFY MODEL # 30 TEN INCH ADDAPTABLE TO 8 INCH SHAFT ASSEMBLY??

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I HAVE A JIFFY MODEL 30 TEN INCH AUGER.. IS IT POSSIBLE TO APPLY AN 8 INCH SHAFT ASSEMBLY TO THE POWERHEAD ?? WHERE IS A COUPLE SHOPS TO INQUIRE AT ?? THIS AUGER REALLY GROWLS !! THROUGH THE ICE, BUT I WOULD LIKE TO USE A LIGHTER SHAFT ASSEMBLY AT CERTAIN TIMES..

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if you are talking about the whole auger assembly, yes you can replace it with an 8" one. it will chew through the ice quicker but i bet you will miss that nice big 10" hole!

i know that fleet farm carries accesories for jiffy.

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You cant put 8" blades on a 10" shaft assembly if thats what your asking. You will have to buy a whole new 8" shaft assembly.

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Yes it will work... finding one for a decent price might be a bit of a chore though.

You could give D'Rock Center in Arden Hills a call.

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I have one I bought by mistake frown turns the wrong way for my icegator bought it for the length of the shaft I dont know if it runs as strong in reverse as it does forward frown

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Definetly will work. Jiffy has always made it very easy to switch from 8"/9"/10". Basicaly all you have to do is pull the bolt, slide off the 10 and slide on the 8. That simple.

Jiffy has taken this one step forward with the new E-Z Connect system. Now changing or removing the auger/drill is done in seconds. This is really nice for guys that have compact vehichles and need to break the unit down to pack it in.

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