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Sure "dos" isn't necessary. I think through the hole at the end opposite the tip you insert an iron rod and twist the auger to bore holes in the wood, right? And you can use both hands to turn the tool if you need to. Thank you.
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two-handed wood hole-auger
Explanation: I can´t explain where the "ojo" comes from, but I assume it refers to the hole made by the auger.
Bill Greendyk United States Local time: 06:31 Native speaker of: English PRO pts in category: 4