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 01-02-2006, 20:37 Post: 122164
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What are good brands for posthole diggers? I saw a Worksaver model, medium duty for my JD 3520 for $500 and the augers run $150. Should I buy a 9" auger or 12" auger? Will be used to put in 6 wire fence with wood posts for cattle and one or two horses.






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 01-02-2006, 21:12 Post: 122167
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I have the Worksaver Model 500 and the 714H hydraulic.
The kind of auger you get depends on the soil. If you have
any rocks, you need a heavy duty auger. Worksaver does a
lot of PHDs and their heavy duty 3-pt model (model 500)
seems to be stouter than all of those cheaper light duty
units I see around (mostly Leinbach light duty PHDs).

If I were drilling fence post holes, I would use the
smallest diameter auger I could, maybe 6".






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