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Old 12-11-2018, 05:07 PM   #1
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Anybody using kdrill or clam for an auger trying to lighten my sled just curious how they work before I buy one

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Anybody using kdrill or clam for an auger trying to lighten my sled just curious how they work before I buy one
I don't own one (I have an Ion and 3 gas augers) but know many that do and they are loyal..and from what I've seen they are fast..good luck lighting the load..each time I do that I add something else I've been trying to do that for the last 20 years. ..to no avail ..
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Old 12-12-2018, 08:34 AM   #3
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Thatís to funny I always bring more stuff collectively than the two other guys I normally fish with.
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The only way Iíve been able to lighten the load is to bring another person to help lug it
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That's why I bought the 4 wheeler. .it doesn't get tired. .
How you doing Kevin..you been out yet..
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Old 12-12-2018, 09:09 AM   #6
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You haven't seen over kill until you fish with me...I've been told I need help. ...and not the physical kind.
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I did however lighten the load btu 1 J17 lm spark plug...a gapping tool and a spark plug wrench...I then added a 12A/ battery to my fish finder/gps..so I'm back in the negative.
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That's why I bought the 4 wheeler. .it doesn't get tired. .
How you doing Kevin..you been out yet..
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Doing well. I have the gear ready and am itching to get out. finally got a truck this summer so now I can get to some farther away destinations

lugging the gear with a Mazda 3 was getting ugly.

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Old 12-18-2018, 01:12 PM   #9
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My buddy bought one last year (K-drill).....the thing is the balls. When my Strike Master dies, I will definitely by buying one. Very lightweight and cuts like butter. Glad I got to see it and try it firsthand....I too had my doubts, but I was sold immediately.
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