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Paul D

Auger caddy

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Does anyone know what ever became of the company that produced the auger caddy . I saw one of these units on an atv last winter and have been looking for one since with no luck.

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I did some checking too and it looks like they aren't around anymore. Too bad because it was a great idea!

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I'm looking for the one that mounts to the back of a snowmobile or atv that holds the auger in a vertical position.Kind of makes it easier for us old guys to get from hole to hole and not have to carry the auger.

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I build mine for my 4 wheeler. Shot me an e-mail and I will send an e-mail showing how I built it if you like.

leeharvey@frontiernet.net

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I sent you an email Harvey.

I too have been looking for something as well. I have used the mad dog type of carriers but not impressed. I have seen many different types and have yet to find anything worthwhile.

I sent you an email.

Thanks

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I built mounts for my Otter Ice Shield when they 1st came out.

Worked great.

iceshieldholder0he.jpg

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I built this one a couple of years ago. I've since made another one that goes into the ranger's reciever hitch.

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this link is the type of auger caddy that i'm lookinf for.

http://www.topratedadventures.com/Mfg/AUGERcaddy.htm

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I am going to show this one to a friend and see if he can build me one. It will make it a lot easier for this old lady to drill lots of holes.

AugerCaddy1gallery.jpg

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Thanks for downloading the picture and if you find someone to build one for you let me know what it cost cause i want one for myself.

later Paul D

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Interesting idea. I'd be worried about bottoming it out going over a small hill or through deep snow.

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small hills not a problem here in the north east most of our lakes are pretty flat!!!!!!!!!!

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