2 inch wood bits

Im looking for a place to buy a 2 inch auger wood bit for a power drill or maybe a expandable boring drill.I want to drill some 2 inch holes in some six inch green pine logs to make a fence. Thank You.
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Gerald Lamb asks:

Both DeWalt and Irwin, among others, make 2" (and smaller and larger) self feed bits that will do this work easily. They have a cone-like spur in the center and fairly large teeth around the outside rim, but otherwise resemble Forstner bits--I suggest very strongly that you do NOT consider a Forstner bit for your particular needs, though.
Charlie Self
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Charlie Self wrote:

Hey Carlie, can you elaborate a little on the NOT. Is it because of the pine pitch?
BRuce
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Try a local plumbing supply for "self feeding" bits. They are NOT cheap, and you better have a good drill, AND keep a good grip on it. Nahmie
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And, if you have long beard keep it out of the chuck while the drill is running.
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Does it have to be exactly 2" ? 2 1/8" spur bits are used for drilling door locks. They can go $60.00 at some places. Maybe cheaper on-line, but probably not, especially including shipping. Don't know these folks at all, but here's a link:
http://woodworker.com/cgi-bin/FULLPRES.exe?PARTNUM 4-934
and here's a 2" self-feed with replaceable feed screws
http://www.eneva.com/power-tools/milwaukee-48-25-2001-2-inch-selfeed-bit.asp
http://doityourself.com/store/6430151.htm
Just Google on "2 inch auger" or "2" auger" etc.
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Lee Valley has some sawtooth bits that go up to 4". Try this link: http://www.leevalley.com/wood/page.asp?pageB245&category=1,180,42240&ccurrency=2&SID ELAhrens

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