Auger Foot - Normal Duty (2-Pack)

Regular price $62.95

Auger Foot - Normal Duty (2-Pack)

Regular price $62.95
Normal Duty Auger Foot

Tommy Dock Normal Duty 8 in. Long Cast Steel Auger Foot is designed to attach to your dock post pipe and screw into the lake bottom, providing added stability in most lake bottom conditions.

Supports the dock post when additional support and stability are needed. Generally, auger feet are required when soft soil or mud conditions extend more than 24” in depth or when rough water conditions are prevalent. Sold here as a two-pack.


3/8”-16 x ¾” hex head cap full threaded screw to lock on the pipe

Compatible with 1-1/4" Normal Duty pipe (1.66" outside diameter pipe)

Normal Duty 8-inch diameter auger foot with 2 stainless steel set bolts and hex nut


This item generally ships standard Ground via USPS, UPS, or FedEx.

Additional Information

Product Number: A-50006-2

UPC: 724785506006

For superior rust protection, the auger feet are coated in gray polyester powder coat paint. Stainless Steel set bolt (2) and hex nut on the pipe sleeve allow for adjustment year after year without rusting and seizing. Suggested to use with the corrosion-resistant Tommy Docks Normal Duty 1-1/4-inch pipe (outside diameter of 1.66 inches) superior dock pipe. Penetrates soft soils in lake bottoms to anchor into solid soils. Not suggested for salt or brackish waters. We suggest purchasing the Tommy Dock's auger wrench as a valuable convenience tool that assists in installation and removal of dock post pipe and augers, although it is not required.

Assembly & Installation

Assembly And Installation Instructions For Many Of Tommy Docks Products Are Available For Download.

Video Guides Are Not Available For Every Product. However, Our Video Library Is Constantly Expanding. If You Have Questions On Assembling Or Installing Your Dock, Please Contact Our Customer Service Team.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I leave my dock system in over winter?

As the Tommy Docks system is essentially a free standing structure, ice build up around the dock can damage the dock. This is especially true if the ice rises into the dock from underneath or if windy conditions in the Spring time of the year cause the ice to move around. Therefore, the rule of thumb is if there is ice on the water body, the dock should be removed. Not doing so voids any warranties.

How do I know if I should use normal duty or heavy duty hardware?

Mainly depends on depth of water, wave action, size and layout of dock, and what dock system you are ordering. Use heavy duty with deep water, heavy wave or wind action, large dock layouts, and platinum dock packages/sections. Use normal duty in shallow water, little to no wave action, smaller dock layouts, and classic, classic+, and premium dock packages/sections. Normal Duty - 1.25" (1-1/4") inside diameter, 1.66" (1-5/8") outside diameter. Heavy Duty - 1.5" (1 1/2") inside diameter, 1.9" (1-7/8") outside diameter.

How do I know if I should use footpads, muckpads, or auger feet?

Muckpads are used for mucky lake bottoms. Auger feet are used for soft soil bottoms. Footpads are used for more solid lake bottoms. Can use a combination if lake bottom differs as dock goes out.

How do I drill the augers down into the ground?

We offer an auger wrench that assists in installation and removal of dock post pipe and augers. This tool is not required but makes installation much easier and quicker. A pipe wrench can also be used.