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 2 months, 3 weeks ago
- upstate NY
Yes, but will probably use more battery power than a 6" or smaller auger. Also will cause great torque requirement on the drill.