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Very nice jobs there. What do you guys use to dig the post holes? Post hole shovel, normal shovel or earth auger? Starting to get a few jobs been now, digging by hand currently but thinking of getting an auger either petrol or one to go on my 1.5ton mini digger. What would people recommend?

 

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Jon

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depends the size of the job most of the time i dig by hand i quite enjoy it, but if im busy and need to get it done i have a petrol auger with an 8" bit its fine if its good ground.

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Still can't see what difference which hinge goes which way.

me either lol, looks neater with wth the top one upside down IMO

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sorry sam, ive been fencing for years, it was my trade before getting into trees and im still fencing now but ive never heard that:confused1:im not saying youre wrong but i wouldnt agree. have you ever tried bending those pins? it isnt easy and not sure even possible!:001_smile:

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