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Xcavator Standard Bankstick - Prolite Black

Xcavator Standard Bankstick - Prolite Black

JAG has developed the world’s most aggressive hard-ground auger. 
The outer section of the Xcavator has been machined from a single piece of 316 stainless steel to deliver an almost indestructible construction.
 
The real magic is in the fine taper, high-pitch auger with two large cutting teeth and 43 mini cutting teeth that plough, cut and smash their way through the very hardest ground.
The Xcavator Standard is a fully adjustable Bankstick with fluted grip head, our unique no-loss thumb screw and comes complete with a solid stainless two-handed Tommy Bar.
All JAG Banksticks (including Prolite) will fit inside the Xcavator for full flexibility. Simply Ground Breaking!
The 316 Range is precision machined and hand built in England by JAG and as the name suggests is manufactured entirely from the finest 316 Marine Grade Stainless Steel. The 316 range of rod supports is without doubt the finest we have ever made. Now available in 15", 20" and 35".
 
Xcavators Prolite Black
The JAG Xcavators need no introduction, they are widely recognised as the finest, toughest and most aggressive hard ground banksticks ever made.
Due to popular demand, these are now available in Prolite Black.
The real magic is in the fine taper, high-pitch auger with 2 large teeth and 43 mini cutting teeth that plough, cut and smash their way through the very hardest ground.
The outer body is machined from solid aluminium with super hard anodised black finish, he business end however, only solid 316 marine stainless steel would do.
A large easy grip head allows for very secure tightening to buzzbars
The inner is manufactured from solid 12mm diameter carbon for superior lightness and rigidity even when fully extended.
Supplied with 2 handed tommy bar to drive the Xcavator home.
 
10in (254mm)
Code - XCR-STD-PROBLK
 
15in (381mm)
Code - XCR-STD-15-PROBLK
 
20in (508mm)
Code - XCR-STD-20-PROBLK
 
35in (889mm)
Code - XCR-STD-35-PROBLK
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