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 11-18-1999, 00:00 Post: 10221
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 Post hole auger?

Is there a post hole auger attachment that can be used with a NH TC29?






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 11-18-1999, 00:00 Post: 10225
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Peter, If I understand your question right, there are many brands of 3-point, PTO driven, post hole augers that you can use on a TC29. My cousin just bought a new TC29 with a Bush Hog post hole auger.






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 11-18-1999, 00:00 Post: 10227
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Thanks for the reply. What should I look for when selecting an auger and are there any web sites to browse?






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 11-19-1999, 00:00 Post: 10235
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Things to look for in a post hole digger-
Gearbox size and construction (Heavy built)
Double flighted Auger
Multipoint digging head
Replaceable wear parts in digging head
We are a Bush Hog dealer and would be happy to quote one for you. You need to specify the auger size you are looking for. 9" or 12" is proably the most common. Contact us if you have further questions.
Affordable Equipment 864-859--2623 during business hours or email parts@affordableequipment.com






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 11-19-1999, 00:00 Post: 10242
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 Post-hole-auger?

i have bought a worksaver brand posthole digger, works like the devil, have made about 400 holes for planting trees and such around the property finally wor out the cutting teeth, just a couple of bolts and the new ones are on, gearbox is a brute, i have been running it off a NH 1520 23hp tractor no problem. they have a web site with the various tools they make.

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 11-19-1999, 00:00 Post: 10244
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Al - how much did it cost? the $500 one at TSC seems cheezy to me, but no way in the world will the boss (aka wife) let me go the $1100 for a Kubota. Any in-the-middle brands out there?
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 11-19-1999, 00:00 Post: 10256
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How about a Bush Hog post hole digger model 2101 for $685 includes 9" double flighted auger, bear claw digging head and is a stout unit. Contact Affordable Equipment for more info 864-859-2623 or dpequip@aol.com. We have these in stock and can ship anywhere.






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 12-17-1999, 00:00 Post: 11205
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 Post-hole-auger?

I bought a Bush Hog model #2101 digger today. My ground has a lot of rocks. How bad are they about breaking the shear pins. Do I need to just buy a few or a lot?






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 12-18-1999, 00:00 Post: 11218
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Shear pins & post-diggers; the trick is to bore the holes when the ground is soft so that rocks move around a little to the side. Also pull the auger up several times to get the dirt out on the way down. Otherwise you can literally screw yourself into the ground and can`t lift it out and get bound in the hole. All of which is hard on the drive-line.I`ve had to get my BIG pipe wrench and back it out of the ground before I got the knack.






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 12-26-1999, 00:00 Post: 11477
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My dad and I just bought a post hole digger with 12" auger from Agri-Supply company for less than $400. We have bored about two dozen 4' holes so far with no problems. I have a JD 4600...you can run the thing at idle and dig the holews with no problem.






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