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Eskimo Piranha problems

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I double posted this in the ice fishing forum but am looking for some quick help. She wobbles all over when trying to drill a hole. Thinking the pinion gear is the problem, the bearing and bushings seem OK. Any help would be great, thanks.

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Not 100% sure, its my dads. He says its about impossible to get a hole started and it wobbles terribly even after he gets down into the ice.

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I would have him check to see if he lost the center point on on the auger. I think that would cause symptoms like he is seeing.

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might need to replace or sharpen the blades. I hit some junk frozen into the ice with my auger before and it sounds like it did the same thing. It about shook your teeth out and took forever to drill a hole. I replaced the blades and solved the problem.

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On those shaver type you need some real skill to sharp the blades. I would start with a fresh pair and see what is does.

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