The posthole digger you rent or lease from the KWIPPED network of suppliers will have a mounting mechanism appropriate for your tractor or other vehicle and an attached auger. Augers are available with different lengths and flight sizes depending on your needs.
How augers & post hole diggers work
Posthole diggers are attached to tractors, front-end loaders, skid steers, backhoes, or excavators. They are operated with either hydraulics or PTO power from the machine they are attached onto. The posthole digger drives an auger into the ground like a drill. The size of the hole created depends on the size of the auger and the available torque from the tractor, posthole digger, and auger setup.
About augers & post hole diggers
Auger and posthole digger combinations are used to dig holes for a variety of reasons on farms and construction sites. The auger looks like a large drill bit and is screwed into the ground by the posthole digger to create a hole.
Augers & Post Hole Digger Applications
Augers & Post Hole Digger Manufacturers