Ice Master Ice Auger Conversion Kit

   

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  • Convert your hand auger into a power auger
  • Drill holes faster with less fatigue
  • Consists of the exclusive retainer disk and adapting pin
  • Fits 1/2'' and larger drills
  • For use with Strikemaster Laser, Strikemaster Mora and Normark Augers
The Ice Master Ice Auger Converter Kit is an affordable two-piece conversion kit that quickly turns your power drill and hand auger into a power auger capable of drilling up to 35 holes on one charge using a 19 volt battery in the drill. This dependable conversion kit consists of Ice Master's exclusive retainer disk and adapting pin, drill and auger are not included. The retainer is designed to protect the auger from going to the bottom should your auger disengage from the drill chuck. The retainer also works to take the weight of the auger off the chuck by putting the weight on the handle and protecting the chuck from damages. Made to fit 1/2'' and larger drills, this Conversion Kit works on 4'', 5'', 6'', 7'' and 8'' adjustable pin and threaded type augers too.
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great product I first bought the clam adapter and after assembling it my 18v Milwaukee would not fit into the the plate that holds the drill and after looking at the plastic pillow bearing hosing i was not very impressed so the clam was returned and the Ice Master was purchased and i wish i would have just got the Ice Master in the first place. It works great sometimes simple is just the way to go. January 11, 2014
Ice Master Conversion Kit Product is better than I thought it would be. I have a threaded auger and a pin auger. The conversion kit works equally well on both. There is no ice here yet in September but I did a simulation with the conversion kit anyway. Remember that I am not testing the auger itself but I am testing the conversion kit. I showed my wife how one could loose an auger down the hole without the secure bungee cord strap. September 23, 2013
Ice Master Adapter This is the best adapter I have used. It's small,compact design keeps it from catching on my clothes. It's very easy to install. Here is a tip, I drill 100 plus holes a day, after a dozen holes or so check to make sure your bolt to the auger and drill chuck is tight. Usually it's not a problem but it's easier to check it. I use a 18v Milwaukee with lithium batteries, it's plenty of power to use on a 6" auger or smaller. January 21, 2013
Best Ever Ice Fishing Product PRODUCT - These adapters are designed to connect a hand auger to a drill chuck. This one is the best I’ve seen because: 1) The Ice Master adapter has triangular flats on the chuck insert preventing the auger from slipping under load (others are round); 2) A small disc holds the auger in place (others use a long metal rod which can whack you when drilling); 3) The bungee cord takes some pressure off the chuck from the heavy auger (others do not have this feature). OPERATION - The Ice Master adapter works with both screw on or pin type augers, and any good 1/2 inch chuck drill (most come with an auxiliary handle or offer one as an option - get it for better control). With sharp blades, no pressure is needed to drill holes, but use care when breaking through the ice, the auger wants to pull you into the hole. PERFORMANCE - Adapters are not designed to turn battery drills into gas augers, and won’t drill hundreds of 8 inch holes. But when used as designed, they are far better than hand drilling (and about 6 times faster). I use a Milwaukee 18 volt drill with a 5 inch StrikeMaster Mora auger, usually drill 12 to 20 holes in 8 to 20 plus inches of ice, and have never needed to use a second battery. A friend with a Sears 19.2 volt drill and StrikeMaster 6 inch Lazer has also had excellent results. I strongly recommend this product. January 3, 2013
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I have three different augers. A Polar Eskimo 8", A Mora 7", and a Strikemaster Lazer 5". The Ice Master Conversion kit works on all of them. A very nice feature of this conversion kit is that it works on both the older models which are threaded and on the newer models which have an adjustable pin.
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Strikemaster and Polar Eskimo
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I like the Basspro brand and the Strikemaster brand. I have both, I recommend up to a 6 inch auger. You get fewer holes the larger the Auger.
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Nope, you juse need the style of hand crank that has the through-bold wingnut to attach the handle. These work best on 6" and smaller hand crank augers and you'll want an 18V or more cordless drill, ideally with the lithium ion batteries....a regular old lead acid 12v wont' get you very far. The higher the quality of the hand crank auger, the longer the battery will last. Dull blades are no good!
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And what type of battery did you use? Ni-cad, lithium, etc.?
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Two things about your drill and battery: 1. You should use a drill that has more than 550 ft lbs of torque. 2. You should use a lithium-ion battery that is 18 volt or greater and KEEP YOUR BATTERY WARM!!!
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I use a Milwaukee 18v with lithium batteries. I think there is 450ftp of torque. Use on number 1 setting.
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My drill has 600 inch pounds of torche and it works great. I have a Milwaukee.
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Lithium Ion, 19.2 battery
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I had the same problem with my drill need to have good batteries get a new batt for your drill
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You will be spending upwards of $200-400 for a battery powered drill that will do the job of drilling holes through ice. Your drill must be 550 ft lbs or greater and try to use an auger that is 6" or less. Set your drill on the lowest speed and the highest torque. Keep your battery charged and above all KEEP YOUR BATTERY WARM!!!
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You need at least a 19v drill with a lithium ion battery for best results. 400 inch pounds of torche works great.
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i hear if you use a lithium-ion drill battery it will drill over 30 holes through 12'' of ice compared to a standard drill battery. hope this helps!
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