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 08-17-2007, 16:35 Post: 144777
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 Two sizes fit all augers?

Regarding the top end of an auger bit, how many different configurations are out there? I have a frontier with a 9" auger. I'm looking to scale down to a 6". Ordering out of a catalog,(Northern Tool) how do I know the new one will fit?






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 08-22-2007, 22:42 Post: 144942
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 Two sizes fit all augers?

There is a miriad of sizes and shapes. For example I have an electric 12v auger that has a round 3/4" drive on a 9" light duty auger. But I also have a 9" with a 2-5/16" hex drive (extreme duty). There is also one size bigger drive and one smaller than mine too that is common. Then there is 2" square and 2" round, and 1-1/2" round---just to name a few. At one time the auger head mfg. wanted to keep you buying their augers so they made them to fit only their stuff. So you need to measure the head and the auger and see what's out there. Some auger mfg's offer topless augers and "field-weldable" top ends to suit your application.






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