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Seymour Adjustable Steel Blades Auger with Hard Maple Cross Handles
Drill into just about anything quickly and easily making projects fly by. Enhance your lawn and garden with this durable and versatile auger. Durable construction means you will get years of use with minimal wear and tear. With adjustable steel blades and hard maple cross handles, work with your auger will be a breeze and wont break your back. A must have auger for any do it yourself gardener or professional.
General purpose design for use in a variety of soils
Steel blades are riveted to tough malleable iron yoke
Steel shaft with a welded steel tee handle
Will bore holes of varying diameters
Hard maple cross handle
6", 7", and 8" point spread
Founded in 1872, Seymour Manufacturing makes lawn and garden hand tools, replacement handles, and fireplace accessories for a wide range of home, farm, commercial and industrial applications.
This product is listed under the following manufacturer number(s):
Seymour 13223102 NA
*Denotes a finish or option that has been discontinued
Can the shaft be lengthened?
A. The Seymour AUA2 is 36" tall and cannot be lengthened.
Does the auger unscrew from the shaft so that more lengths of shaft can be added to drill a deeper hole?
A. The Auger bit is welded to the "T" handle
How tall is the unit?
A. The Seymour AUA2 is 36" tall.
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