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I purchased this 1yr ago, theres nothing wrong with it it's just that I don't need two of them. It's drilled about 150 holes without any problems.

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Sorry no pics available frown.gif It looks brand new just a few chips of paint off the auger. The reason I have two is last weekend a few of us were going up to Cross Lake and a friend of mine was buying a new four-stroke so I left mine at home.(NEVER AGAIN) I arrived in Cross Lake and called to see where he was at, low and behold he still had'nt left yet, this being 3:00 p.m. I was'nt waiting I ran to Brainerd and purchased a new one.

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What model Jiffy is it. I was on the Jiffy HSOforum and thier is a range of 3hrs 10 in augers. Did you by a new four stroke?

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It is the model 30 I believe, it is not the stealth model, it's the white one. I purchased a Lazer Mag Express from Reeds they had them on sale.

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everybody i know with a 3 horse has had problems with the motors. have you had to do anything with it yet! i'm lookin for an auger, just don't know what i want yet.

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I had to do some fine tuning to it right after I bought it, just like all 3hp's. But I had it out today and drilled about fifty holes without a problem, other than sore muscles grin.gif

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Not to bust in on this post but I've had a Jiffy 30 3hp for 25 years and it hit the shop for the first time 2 weeks ago. It still ran great but leaked gas from the diaphram when you primed it. The newer ones might be different but mine is a work horse. I'ld get another one but mine doesn't want to break.

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Jiffy as well as Strikemaster that use this 3 hp often need some fine tunning on the carb after coming out of the box. After you did though you don't again or at least for a while. I have two auger similar to this one and I have not issues with them at all they are a very dependable auger and will always cut a hole.

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everybody i know with a 3 horse has had problems with the motors. have you had to do anything with it yet! i'm lookin for an auger, just don't know what i want yet.


I too have had the 3 HP 10 inch Jiffy for 10 years now and the only thing I've done to it is replace the spark plug. Starts easy and has always performed well for me.

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Hey Jonny if you still have this available please let me know. I am interested and can pick up anytime.

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