Posted 8/9/2008 12:56 (#431713 - in reply to #431696) Subject: RE: Westfield drill fill auger?
north central Oklahoma
Piece of cake, but have to get diverter valve plumbed in too. We put quick connects at back of bed to remove auger at end of season without major hassle. I recently got a double seed hopper for this purpose and now have a My-D-Han-D rear mount auger that I might let go real reasonable, and also a side mount too. Don't really want to start trashing up new shed with "stuff I might use someday"