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Ice Castle Winch adapter
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10/12/2004
From Willmar, MN
Posts: 3981
Anyone out there use an adapter for your drill to raise your Ice Castle or other permanent house? The EZ UP adapter and IC Nuts system caught me eye and I'm wondering if they work well.

Posted on: 7/5 11:28:21
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Re: Ice Castle Winch adapter
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I have the IC Nuts on my 17 foot Ice Castle and really like it. It's easy to install, and if something were to go wrong with your cordless drill you can put the winch handle back on in no time. I use an 18 volt Ryobi and it handles it decent, if I had a bigger cordless drill I would probably use that but this was all I had. Hope this helps.

Posted on: 7/5 12:30:46
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Re: Ice Castle Winch adapter
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I use my "EZ crank winch socket" on my 8x16 with an 18v ryobi and it works like a charm. I think it was $40

Posted on: 7/5 12:38:45
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Re: Ice Castle Winch adapter
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From Clearwater\Kimberly
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Only way to go with a crank house! Ive got ic nuts they work flawlessly. Already have to have a drill with for kdrill auger.

Posted on: 7/5 13:27:30
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Re: Ice Castle Winch adapter
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From Willmar, MN
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Thanks guys for the input. I figured since I just got a K-Drill and we've been doing a bunch of camping, something like this might be kind of handy.

Posted on: 7/5 15:42:27
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