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Just bought one for my little brother for xmas what are the groups thoughts on it. Supposed to be a good one but did I do the right thing. If anybody has one how many holes do you get per cylinder roughly. I know there are a lot of variables to it but just wondering

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I've got one and love it. Never had any issues with it either. They are a little on the heavy side but my four wheeler could care less.

Same with me, we didnt have a lot of ice last year 16" was the most, I drilled hundreds of holes on 3 tanks, the third tank is still on the auger and over half full.

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I've had mine since they first came out, and it's been great. First issue I had was last weekend, when it seemed like it wasn't getting fuel. The throttle trigger was sticking , from the cold I figured, i kept it in the house then and it was fine so I'm sure thats what it was. Minor.

I don't cut a ton of holes and I think I used like 3 cylinders all last season.

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