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SOLD......For Sale: StrikeMaster Mag 2000 Ice Auger

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StrikeMaster Mag 2000 Ice Auger, includes StrikeMaster carrying case, 12" extension, and 1 gallon gas container.

Used 3 times, excellent condition, over $300.00 invested,

First $225.00 takes it.

Mike (507) 273-4539.

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Just wondering why you are selling? Does it have a problem cutting or something like that?

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You can go to Strikemasters site and see pictures.

Guys, for those not in the know, this is a smokin hot deal. He's pretty much giving it away.

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You'd be hard pressed to find one at the end of the season for this price.

Won't last long.

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Thanks for positive feedback guys...I don't think you will find a cleaner used auger at this price, and I am including a Strikemaster heavy canvas carrying case, 12" extension and 1 gallon gas container...all this for $225.00 Merry Christmas

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Tightline - I would really like to buy your auger but absolutely NEED to buy one by Friday night, as I had to return the one I was borrowing and am heading out Saturday...

Looks like a great deal, good luck with selling it. Merry Christmas!

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Are you the original Owner / purchaser? I plan to contact you on Friday as today is Christmas. Do you plan on having an "after Christmas" sale???????

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SOLD....Sorry I couldn't get back to reply sooner, we were out of town for Christmas.

The auger has been sold, thanks Bob.

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Please put SOLD in your Original Posting Header, so this does not keep coming to the top. Thank you!!!

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