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Terra Systems Quick-Connect Steel Augers

Terra Systems Quick-Connect Steel Augers

Description

Based on a reliable hex drive, quick-connect system, these fast-working bucket augers provide years of trouble-free service.

Features

  • Fast-working bucket augers
  • Hex drive quick-connect system
  • Rugged carbon steel construction designed for the toughest applications
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$187.00
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Based on a reliable hex drive, quick-connect system, these fast-working bucket augers provide years of trouble-free service. A locking hinge pin secures the tool sections, offers quick change-out of accessories, and eliminates thread problems. The hinge pins are hand removable to free the sections and auger buckets. No tools are required in the field. Heat-treated, super alloy steel bits on all augers facilitate a smooth, easy cutting action and minimize wear.

Bucket augers are available in 2", 3", or 4" diameters. The 2" Clay auger has a four window body along with an open bit placement. The 3" and 4" Clay augers have two machined window openings in the body along with an open bit design. Both designs facilitate a larger sample viewing area, ease of sample discharge, and a lighter weight auger.
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Terra Systems Quick-Connect Steel Augers 8009 Quick-connect steel clay auger, 2" x 12" bucket
$187.00
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Terra Systems Quick-Connect Steel Augers 8005 Quick-connect steel regular auger, 2" x 12" bucket
$162.00
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Terra Systems Quick-Connect Steel Augers 8006 Quick-connect steel sand auger, 2" x 12" bucket
$168.00
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Terra Systems Quick-Connect Steel Augers 8007 Quick-connect steel planer auger, 2" x 12" bucket
$157.00
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Terra Systems Quick-Connect Steel Augers 8064 Quick-connect steel clay auger, 3" x 18" bucket
$181.00
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Terra Systems Quick-Connect Steel Augers 8066 Quick-connect steel regular auger, 3" x 18" bucket
$151.00
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Terra Systems Quick-Connect Steel Augers 8068 Quick-connect steel sand auger, 3" x 18" bucket
$162.00
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Terra Systems Quick-Connect Steel Augers 8003 Quick-connect steel planer auger, 3" x 12" bucket
$151.00
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Terra Systems Quick-Connect Steel Augers 8054 Quick-connect steel mud auger, 3" x 12" bucket
$168.00
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Terra Systems Quick-Connect Steel Augers 8070 Quick-connect steel clay auger, 4" x 18" bucket
$205.00
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Terra Systems Quick-Connect Steel Augers 8072 Quick-connect steel regular auger, 4" x 18" bucket
$162.00
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Terra Systems Quick-Connect Steel Augers 8074 Quick-connect steel sand auger, 4" x 18" bucket
$187.00
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Terra Systems Quick-Connect Steel Augers 8012 Quick-connect steel planer auger, 4" x 12" bucket
$162.00
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Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Terra Systems Quick-Connect Steel Extensions 8015 Quick-connect steel extension, 2'
$66.00
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Terra Systems Quick-Connect Steel Extensions 8016 Quick-connect steel extension, 3'
$70.00
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Terra Systems Quick-Connect Steel Extensions 8017 Quick-connect steel extension, 4'
$74.00
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Terra Systems Quick-Connect Steel Extensions 8018 Quick-connect steel extension, 5'
$79.00
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Terra Systems Quick-Connect Steel Handles 8019 Quick-connect steel regular handle, 16"
$41.00
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Terra Systems 8055 Quick-connect steel pin, 0.25"
$2.60
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