07:22AM | 04/17/02
Member Since: 04/16/02
1 lifetime posts
I am trying to dig some holes to put up 6' fence. I heard that 1 man auger is hard to control so I am using hole digger. I've noticed that when I dug the first hole about 3' down, the water came out and dug the second hole 2', the water came out. I heard that about 3' down to put up 6' fence is ok but could I keep on dig until 3' down even the water come out?? Or should I hire someone to dig just holes for me and do rest of the work myself? If I ask someone to just dig holes (about 25 holes)for me how much will it cost me??


02:55PM | 04/17/02
Member Since: 09/23/01
242 lifetime posts
Rent the auger that is mounted on a cart, this is very easy to move around and control, 3' a 6' fence is more than enough.


05:35AM | 04/18/02
Member Since: 03/13/00
1678 lifetime posts
If you can possibly get a helper, I've found that the 2-man augers are great. Much quicker and easier than a 1-man machine.


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