Terra Systems Quick-Connect Stainless Steel Extensions

Quick-connect stainless steel extensions offer a stainless steel construction with four different sizes to select from.

Features

  • Available in 2', 3', 4', and 5' lengths
  • Hex drive quick-connect system
  • Rugged stainless steel construction designed for the toughest applications
Your Price $107.00
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ImagePart#Product DescriptionPriceStockOrder
Terra Systems Quick-Connect Stainless Steel Extensions8047 Quick-connect stainless steel extension, 2'
$107.00
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Terra Quick-Connect Auger Extension 8048 Quick-connect stainless steel extension, 3'
$112.00
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Terra Quick-Connect Auger Extension 8049 Quick-connect stainless steel extension, 4'
$117.00
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Terra Quick-Connect Auger Extension 8050 Quick-connect stainless steel extension, 5'
$124.00
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ImagePart#Product DescriptionPriceStockOrder
Terra Systems Quick-Connect Stainless Steel Handle 8051 Quick-connect stainless steel auger handle
$49.00
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Terra Systems Quick-Connect Stainless Steel Augers 8031 Quick-connect stainless steel clay auger, 2" x 12" bucket
$307.00
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Terra Systems Quick-Connect Stainless Steel Pin 8082 Quick-connect stainless steel pin, 0.25"
$4.99
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