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  1. Yes, just do like Hawg says. I had 2 added in mine the day I bought it so I have 9 holes.
  2. Like said before just use it in the high torque drill setting. the reason people get the hammer drill version is due to the gear and stuff being built a touch heavier in the hammer drill version.
  3. Do you have it set right? Drill mode and 1 for setting
  4. I bought the glow inserts. Here is how I cut them down. I dropped my house down on level cement. Measured what to cut them to. Then once I cut them, I took the bottom part and put it back in through the top. Then when I drop down, the hole sleeves are adjustable for length so you get a tight fit.
  5. I know with the first generation Ion guys were not having the best of luck turning the 10in auger. Has the ion X or recent ion power heads fixed that issue?
  6. Here are some EZ up pics.....just and adaptor between drill and winch...the adaptor is like a drill bit for removal and insert.
  7. Have you looked at the EZ up adaptors
  8. I doubt it. For $100 I can get a bare Milwaukee drill if I need to. Cheaper then getting my old jiffy model 30 gone through at the small engine shop. 30in of ice isn't a big deal. Cut plenty of holes with my Milwaukee/clam plate/8in nils in 30in of ice. To be truthful....the setup is way better then my jiffy model 30 8in for cutting 30in of ice. Its faster drilling, lighter when moving, and cuts smooth without all the noise.
  9. Lol...I was really hesitant about selling off my gas auger.....but did last season since It hand n't seen the ice in over a year. I can't believe more guys haven't switched yet.
  10. It is supose to be a new k drill style auger for the drill. Not much info yet.
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