Jiffy Pro 46X-Treme Propane Ice Auger

2 Reviews
$499.99 to $529.99
SKU: F15466



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The Jiffy Pro 46 X-Treme Propane Ice Auger features Jiffy's patented propane powered, 49cc, 4-Stroke OHV engine. This easy-start auger means no priming, no choking, and no flooding. The engine is low maintenance, clean burning, emits low emissions, so it can be used inside an ice shelter. The ultra quiet auger is ideal for initial drilling and re-drilling of holes. Another feature includes Stealth STX serrated ripper blade and power point blades cut 25 percent fast and last two to three times longer than other blades on the market.

  • Powerful propane power ice drill
  • Easy starting in 1-2 pulls
  • Clean burning, low maintenance, no mixing of fuel
  • Low emissions
  • Aluminum planatary transmission
  • Aluminum tank holder
  • Gear Ratio: 15:1
  • Wide stance comfort grip handles
  • Stealth STX - Serrated ripper blade and power point blades
  • Drill sizes are six, eight, nine, and ten in.
  • Easy snap blade protector
  • Five year manufacturer limited warranty

The Jiffy Pro 46X-Treme Propane Ice Auger is made in the U.S.A.

Ratings & Reviews

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1/29/2018 12:00:00 am

Jiffy propane auger

by Ice rat -

Great machine worth the investment

1/28/2019 12:00:00 am


by buyanotherbrand

I regretfully own a Jiffy Pro4 lite propane auger that has leaked oil since it was brand new. Their warranty department all but laughed at me when I asked for a solution...said it was "OPERATOR ERROR". Apparently when they designed this unit they forgot to put an internal oil seal to keep oil from puking out of the air cleaner when it is used and stored. The last time out it leaked so much it looked like a crime scene. Now I drain the oil before taking it anywhere and fill it up right before use and then put a garbage bag over it to transport home. At first they said I'm storing it wrong, then I'm adding too much oil, then back to I'm storing it wrong, and FINALLY THEY ASKED ME TO REMOVE THE VALVE COVER TO SEE IF AN INTERNAL SEAL WAS MISSING!! When I fill it (Jiffy 3oz oil bottle) it leaks by the second hole i drill and leaves a trail on the ice...OIL LEAKING INTO THE LAKE SHOULD CONCERN THEM. I asked them to provide me the seal and valve cover gasket free and the answer was NO! This i