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Re: Jiffy Pro4 Lite
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The pro-4 lite was not designed for a 9" or 10" auger, thats why its not offered.

The new Pro-44 is.

Posted on: 2017/11/29 15:36
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Re: Jiffy Pro4 or Honda Strikemaster in 10inch
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Ha! Not even close to the same thing.

Ive never seen propane gum up a carb because its more than 30 days old.


I love my propane. Come talk to me at the hardwater show in Blaine or at gander and let me show you some differences.

Posted on: 2016/11/17 11:58
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Re: Hard Water Expo Nov 18-20
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I will be working for Otter on Friday and Sunday. I will also be at the Forest Lake first ice even on Saturday working for Jiffy.

Stop by and say hi!

Posted on: 2016/11/15 14:02
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Re: Propane Augers
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Jiffy will have a new auger out this year Jiffy 44pro. It will have a new fixed position fuel delivery system, new propane holder and new aluminum 24:1 transmission. Its a 38cc motor but with the new trans. you can run a 10" auger.
They will also offer a new 5 year limited warranty. 2 year bumper to bumper and 3-4-5 everything but wearable parts.

I ,like others have said, still prefer the Jiffy Pro 4 that has a slightly larger motor and better cutting system. I will take a little extra auger weight for performance.

I will also say that Jiffy has been building propane augers from the beginning, this is not a one of auger.

If you have any further questions just let me know. If you would like to try either of the above two augers I should have them at my house by next week. We can discuss over a beer or cocktail!!

Posted on: 2016/10/5 11:31
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Re: Jiffy 50 Ice Lite cutting
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Search Jiffyonice service center.

Posted on: 2016/2/3 11:26
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Re: Jiffy pro 4 lite issues with clutch/gears
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Looks like two shops in Mankato:

C & S SUPPLY CO
Distance: 121mi
1951 N RIVERFRONT DR, MANKATO, MN
P: 507.387.1171

GAFFER's LAWN & SPORT
Distance: 126mi
58103 200TH ST, MANKATO, MN
P: 507.345.3548
W: www.gafferslawnandsport.com/

Posted on: 2016/2/3 11:23
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Re: Jiffy Pro4 Lite Oil seeping issue from 2 locations
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That's not really a DIY thing. Not sure where you are from but give Greg a call at 612-462-1987. His is close to St. Francis Bait and is a certified service center.

Posted on: 2016/1/11 13:26
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Re: Eskimo HC-40 propane auger crank case oil
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G0t the information from the manual:

Service Engine Crank Case Oil
1. Your Eskimo Propane Ice Auger is powered by a 4-stroke engine. Oil must be added to the crank case before operation of the
auger. Add 3.7 oz (110 ml) of 0W-40 engine oil before you start the engine.
2. To add oil to engine, connect the auger to the power head. Put the power head in a horizontal position. SEE FIGURE 2.
3. Remove the oil filler cap and make note of the oil fill level indicator on the cap.
4. Slowly pour 3.7 oz. (110 ml) of 0W-40 engine oil into the crankcase.
5. Replace the oil filler cap and secure.
6. Make sure you check the oil level before each outing. Do not add more than the recommended amount of oil. Overfill of the
crank case oil can cause excessive leakage and engine damage.
7. To change the crankcase oil, remove the oil filler cap and turn the engine over. Drain oil into an approved container and
dispose of used oil appropriately.

Posted on: 2015/9/23 13:51
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Re: has anyone here used a buzzreel?
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Freeride they will get back to you! They guys hold regular jobs also so things can get hectic. I was able to spend some time with them before I picked up my equipment and headed to LOW. I will be giving my set and even better test this weekend but so far I am impressed!!! Yep a bit spendy but you get what you pay for.

Posted on: 2015/1/21 19:23
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Re: Pile of ICE-55
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OK gents settle down. I don't want to know which one to buy, I already have that figured out.

The problem I had was with a Hummingbird and after 13 posts it sounds like I either rip the pile of crap apart or pay the $175.

Thanks for the help!!!!!

Posted on: 2015/1/9 9:49
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