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    Travis , Ted : Sent a email regarding Your Deluxe Value Scrape Blade V2.0 7' model and shipping costs to my location although as in email , it would likely be easier and possibly cheaper for me to pick at at one of the many freight companies that have terminals here in this area .

    No rush , when ever you have time .

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    Quote Originally Posted by FredH View Post
    Travis , Ted : Sent a email regarding Your Deluxe Value Scrape Blade V2.0 7' model and shipping costs to my location although as in email , it would likely be easier and possibly cheaper for me to pick at at one of the many freight companies that have terminals here in this area .

    No rush , when ever you have time .

    Thank You ,

    Fred H.
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    Thank You !! . Although I can get other blades around here , in looking at your pictures and spec's , For the price and shipping , Your Blade would far exceed any that other dealers here carry .

    Again , Super Thanks and Happy Holidays .

    Fred H.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FredH View Post
    Thank You !! . Although I can get other blades around here , in looking at your pictures and spec's , For the price and shipping , Your Blade would far exceed any that other dealers here carry .

    Again , Super Thanks and Happy Holidays .

    Fred H.
    No problem Fred. We don't call them Value Blades for nothing!
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    Merry Christmas to you!!
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    Hi Ted,
    I'm going to be ordering a post hole digger for my 3520 (deere), and wanted to confirm the 6900 HD was the correct size.

    Also, I'm in NC like you, and plan to use this to make planting trees and shrubs easier. We have decent soil on the property, and I'm wondering if I should go with a 12" auger to be more useful on shrubs and small trees, or the 18". I figure I have to soften the sides no matter what given our clay content in the piedmont, and 3 x 12" holds in a triangle could make a decent hold for up to a 1.5" tree.

    What do you think? 12" or 18"

    Thanks,
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    Todd, yes the ETA 6900 HD post hole digger is a good match for your tractor. Rather than trying to join multiple holes, I would just use an 18". Our augers have replaceable corkscrew points and cutting teeth to help them dig.
    If you have a large operation, a bucket mounted auger will enable you to apply down pressure.
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    It will likely drill/dig under 200 holes in the next 2-3 years. I don't think we need down pressure
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    It is quite possible that the wife in this tragic story was trying to put down pressure on the digger. I am a fan of hydraulic diggers, no PTO shaft. Be safe whatever you do

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    Quote Originally Posted by TomSeller View Post
    It is quite possible that the wife in this tragic story was trying to put down pressure on the digger. I am a fan of hydraulic diggers, no PTO shaft. Be safe whatever you do
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    Nobody will go near it when it is on. We'll operate it from the seat.

    Ted,
    Given some people have tried to apply down pressure from behind the tractor, have you considered welding a pipe fitting to that flat plate at the end of the boom, where the gear box hangs down. Then people could screw in an 8' length of pipe and apply down pressure from far away from the auger. I am confident we won't need that on our property.
    Todd
    Never mind, just read the post on the auger possibly grabbing fence stuff below ground level and pulling a person in. scary stuff!

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    Bought the everything attachment subsoiler Tuesday evening got it Friday evening super fast shipping . Great beefy unit . Super great salesman for double check'n they had one and get it out to me .


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