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AMS Professional Series Soil Augers

AMS Professional Series Soil Augers

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AMS Professional Regular Soil Augers have strong 3/4" threaded connections and thicker (11 gauge) cutting teeth with stronger welds and extra tungsten carbide hard surfacing.

Features

  • Strong, durable 3/4" threaded connection
  • Reinforced with extra gussets welded at both the top and bottom of the bail
  • Gussets prevent the bail from bending or twisting in hard or rocky soils, or in exceptionally deep holes
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The new professional series regular soil AMS augers have been beefed up from bit to bale. They feature the trusted AMS 3/4" threaded connection and have thicker (11 gauge) cutting teeth with stronger welds and extra tungsten carbide hard surfacing. Professional augers are also reinforced with extra gussets welded at both the top and bottom of the bail. The gussets help prevent the bail from bending or twisting when augering into hard or rocky soils, or when the augered hole is exceptionally deep.

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AMS Professional Series Soil Augers 402.36 2 1/4" Professional Regular Soil Auger
$235.30
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AMS Professional Series Soil Augers 402.26 2 3/4" Professional Regular Soil Auger
$228.10
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AMS Professional Series Soil Augers 402.25 3 1/4" Professional Regular Soil Auger
$213.30
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AMS Professional Series Soil Augers 402.38 4" Professional Regular Soil Auger
$231.00
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AMS Professional Series Soil Augers 402.37 2 1/4" Professional Mud Auger
$248.90
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AMS Professional Series Soil Augers 402.28 2 3/4" Professional Mud Auger
$244.10
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AMS Professional Series Soil Augers 402.27 3 1/4" Professional Mud Auger
$240.20
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AMS Professional Series Soil Augers 402.39 4" Professional Mud Auger
$273.70
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AMS 3/4" Threaded Auger Extensions 407.01 3/4" x 1' Extension
$67.30
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AMS 3/4" Threaded Auger Extensions 407.02 3/4" x 2' Extension
$69.90
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AMS 3/4" Threaded Auger Extensions 407.03 3/4" x 3' Extension
$73.00
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AMS 3/4" Threaded Auger Extensions 407.04 3/4" x 4' Extension
$75.80
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AMS 3/4" Threaded Auger Extension 407.05 3/4" x 5' Extension
$79.10
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AMS 3/4" Threaded Auger Extensions 402.33 3/4" x 3' Powder-Coated Extension
$92.20
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AMS 3/4" Threaded Auger Extensions 402.32 3/4" x 4' Powder-Coated Extension
$95.00
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AMS 3/4" Threaded Auger Handles 402.31 18" Rubber Coated Cross Handle
$45.60
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AMS 3/4" Threaded Auger Handles 406.05 22" Rubber-Coated Cross Handle
$49.30
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AMS 18" Ratcheting Cross Handle 406.87 18" Ratcheting Cross Handle
$134.90
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