Drill adaptors

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Drill adaptors

Postby slugger33 » May Sat 27, 2017 2:25 pm

I just bought a dewalt 20v drill and torque driver was woundering if anyone could give me sugestions for adapters and auger to use with. Right now i have a mora auger with dull blades.
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Re: Drill adaptors

Postby fishlips » May Sat 27, 2017 2:57 pm

http://icemasteradapter.com/

I have a Milwaukee 18 V Fuel drill,with a 7 inch Lazer,and this adapter,love all 3.I had an aluminum plate adapter 1st couple years,worked good,but this one is much smoother,quieter,and less bulky.It also works with Mora,Lazer,and Eskimo.Just make sure your mora has a bolt and not welded.get some new blades and it should work,although I have yet to see a Mora hooked to a drill setup yet.
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Re: Drill adaptors

Postby iceman10 » May Sun 28, 2017 8:03 am

There are a lot of ways to set this up . I went with a k-drill auger for weight . The hole combo weighs 8 lbs and it can open up old holes . The one unique thing the K-drill can drill half holes so you can make a bigger hole if you have a tip up , also it floats if it comes detached from the drill . I have had mine a few seasons now & love it .


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Re: Drill adaptors

Postby Greg2ha » May Sun 28, 2017 9:35 am

I have a HT adapter on a 5" Lazer. the adapter I made a 6" plastic plate so i wouldnt loose my bit and drilled hole through adapter for hitch pin. I also have a 6" Nils with their adapter that i didnt get to try out this year. I run them off of a 18V Dewalt and havent had any problems.
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Re: Drill adaptors

Postby beutlerjc » Nov Sun 12, 2017 12:54 am

How many holes do you get on a single battery. I know it depends on the thickness. Let's say normal 6-8 inches of ice.

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Re: Drill adaptors

Postby fishlips » Nov Sun 12, 2017 2:48 pm

beutlerjc wrote:How many holes do you get on a single battery. I know it depends on the thickness. Let's say normal 6-8 inches of ice.

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Depends on the brand drill your useing,I have a Millwaukee Fuel 18 V. and I would say50 plus holes,I have never had to use a spare battery for an outing,my old Ridgid 18v would only do 15-20

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