BEST POST HOLE AUGER COLLECTION FOR YOU
The size of the post hole digger depends on the size of the holes you are going to drill. Smaller augers, such as 4 or 6 inches, are suitable for drilling holes for mailboxes or fences. A 12-inch auger can make a hole large enough to place 6×6 or 4×6 inch posts. However, it is difficult for one person to operate it. It may require a machine like a tractor.
Step 1: Select the locations and mark where you want your plants or fence posts.
Step 2: Position the manual hole auger vertically on your mark spot. The farther your hand is from the center of the handle, the greater the leverage and the less effort.
Step 3: Twist the handle by pushing with your left hand and pulling with your right hand while pressing down to increase the downward pressure on the post hole auger. Make sure it is always vertical during drilling.
Step 4: Continue to press and turn the handle until the hole is approximately 6 inches deep. Pull the post hole auger straight out of the ground to remove excess earth.
Step 5: Repeat steps 3 and 4 until you get your desired depth.
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The power post hole auger can dig as deep as a manual one.
A tractor auger drill typically digs to a depth of about 5 or 6 feet. Excavation is possible twice as deep or more, if not geologically limited.