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AMS Signature Series Auger Extensions

AMS Signature Series Auger Extensions

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The AMS Signature Series connection is an enhanced version of the already trusted AMS threaded connection.

Features

  • Signature Series is thicker and more durable than traditional threads
  • Connection and disassembly with 2 1/2 turns
  • Zinc-coated auger extensions improve rust resistance
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$71.60
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<b>Signature Series Connection</b>
The AMS Signature Series connection is an enhanced version of the already trusted AMS threaded connection. The Signature Series features zinc coated extensions to improve rust resistance as well as a larger capacity auger with no weld or grind marks for easy decontamination. The Signature Series thread design is available on a variety of AMS regular, mud, dutch and sand augers, cross handles, extensions, core samplers, slide hammers and adapters.
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
AMS Signature Series Auger Extensions 351.00 1' Signature Extension
$71.60
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AMS Signature Series Auger Extensions 351.01 2' Signature Extension
$74.10
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AMS Signature Series Auger Extensions 351.02 3' Signature Extension
$77.00
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AMS Signature Series Auger Extensions 351.03 4' Signature Extension
$81.30
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AMS Signature Series Auger Extensions 351.04 5' Signature Extension
$84.30
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Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
AMS Signature Series Auger Handles 351.54 18" Signature Rubber Coated Cross Handle
$45.50
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AMS Signature Series Soil Augers 350.08 2 1/4" Signature Regular Auger
$174.30
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