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how wide is powerhead cover i dont know so gonna fit my jiffy auger
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Does this Auger only come with one size bit, or are there mutiple bits i.e 4&8 inch bleades?
Recent Question:
do you think that this auger conversion kit would handle a 7 inch auger?
Recent Question:
what is the gear reduction ratio?
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Will these blades fit on a Normark Fin-Bore III?
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Question:
what is the gear reduction ratio?
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do you think that this auger conversion kit would handle a 7 inch auger?
Question:
how wide is powerhead cover i dont know so gonna fit my jiffy auger
Question:
Does this Auger only come with one size bit, or are there mutiple bits i.e 4&8 inch bleades?
Question:
Anybody have a hard time using this? I brought it out on the ice 2 times last year and got about 1/2 thru a hole before I had a dead battery??

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Clam Clam Ice Auger Conversion Kit Drill Plate

Allows you to mount an electric drill Lightweight and portableDual handle grip with easy-pull triggerWorks with most 18-volt cordless drillsIncludes all necessary hardware to mount drill (drill not included)Works with most auger bitsThe Clam Ice Auger Conversion Kit Drill Plate allows you to mount an 18-volt cordless drill on your hand auger as "power" to drill your holes! Lightweight and portable, this kit weighs 6 lbs. and features an anodized aluminum frame, handle, and plate. A natural dual handle grip has an easy-to-pull trigger. Works with most 18-volt cordless drills and includes all necessary hardware to mount the drill. In testing, the kit drilled through over 700" of ice using an 18-volt drill and Clam 6" auger bit (sold separately). Your results may vary based on the cordless drill and auger bit used. Enjoy no-hassle, no-worry setup. Plus, there's no loose auger bit falling out of the drill.Manufacturer model #: 9497.Clam Auger Bit sold separately and can be found through item search for item number 2026322
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Questions & Answers for Clam Clam Ice Auger Conversion Kit Drill Plate

Question

what is the gear reduction ratio?

asked 1 year ago
by
fred4466
 - nepa
on Clam Ice Auger Conversion Kit Drill Plate
3 answers
Answers
answer 1
no reduction runs at the speed of drill ( straight through)
answered 5 days ago
by
luv2fish2
answer 2
My drill has 2 speeds...use 1st gear....or the slower speed.
answered 3 months, 1 week ago
by
TheAtomicNuggie
 - upstate NY
answer 3
There is no gear reduction. Straight through design. Check out the Clam website to see how it is assembled.
answered 11 months ago
by
Ole450
 - Iowa
Question

do you think that this auger conversion kit would handle a 7 inch auger?

asked 1 year ago
by
fred4466
 - nepa
on Clam Ice Auger Conversion Kit Drill Plate
3 answers
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answer 1
yeah should fit any size as long as it bolts to the adapter wouldn't want to go much bigger tougher on drill
answered 5 days ago
by
luv2fish2
answer 2
It depends on a couple of things...1st is ...is the auger a older style....the new augers out there today are far superior in design and cut smoothy at lower rpm's... I recommend a strike master synthetic 6"

I have the 4" now and going to get the 6" this coming season...

and the 2nd is what kind of drill do you use...if you have one with about 500 in lbs you better have a 3 amp hr battery or more and a couple of them... I recommend the Milwaukee Fuel 2604-22 ...brushless motor, this is a awesome setup.
answered 3 months, 1 week ago
by
TheAtomicNuggie
 - upstate NY
answer 3
Yes, but will probably use more battery power than a 6" or smaller auger. Also will cause great torque requirement on the drill.
answered 11 months ago
by
Ole450
 - Iowa
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