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D-506; "Sand Auger" ( For 2" pipe. ( 2-3/8" O.D. )).

D-506; "Sand Auger" ( For 2" pipe. ( 2-3/8" O.D. )).
D-506; Pipe Auger.

The D-506; Sand Auger ( For 2"Sch. 40 Pipe, ( 2-1/16" Inside diameter )), Mounts in the inside of the dock pipe and stabilizes it firmly to the lake bottom for added dock stability and support. These are not the lightweight / breakable Aluminum ones, these are made of Solid Cast Iron, weighing over 4 lbs. each.

Overall length is 9" ( Spiral Fluke is 7" long x 3-3/4" Outside diameter. & inside pipe mount stud is 2" long x 2" outside diameter).

NOTE: To see or order D-595; "DOCK PIPE AUGER WRENCH" ( Used to screw in or out, dock pipe with auger mounted to bottom of it )( CLICK HERE )

NOTE: THIS ITEM SUBJECT TO A MINIMUM SHIPPING CHARGE. IF TOTAL ORDER SHIPPING CHARGES DO NOT ACHIEVE MINIMUM.

Plus $2.75 each shipping.

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SKU D-506
 
Our price: $18.95
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  • Author: Dennis Hansen
    The auger looks substantial as shown. Very good. But the pin that was supplied is supposed to be use how? There is no hole in the auger to, I assume, secure it to the pipe.
  • Author: Geoffrey Booth
    The pin is meant to be used like a large rivet. I don’t like this method of attachment, however, I have tried screwing into the auger through the pipe and it broke off and then I tried welding the auger to the pipe and I lost that one also. May try the rivet method but trying to drill hoe all the way through, straight, will be a challenge. It’s starting to get expensive as I have to keep buying these.
  • Author: Normand New Jersey
    Seller needs to inform potential buyers of the need to drill thru the augers and pipe in order for product to be used. The augers, IMO, should be pre-drilled.

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