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    Gold Member duroc's Avatar
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    Default Re: Post hole digger stand

    That's simple enough to make and should fold up nice for storage or just getting it out of the way. Thanks for posting the pic, Tom. I believe you now Lol!
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    Silver Member mj007's Avatar
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    Default Re: Post hole digger stand

    Quote Originally Posted by EastTexFrank View Post
    That's what I did with mine, and for the same reason. When I got it, I hung it by a chain hoist from a tree limb. I had every intention of making a mobile stand on wheels to roll it around but .......?????? Anyway, hooking it up when hanging is so easy that I left it there. The only drawback is that it is outside in the weather but it is sheltered to some extent by the tree.
    Mine's basically the same except I used a kid's swing set frame - just got a chain & hook hanging down to hang it with - welded a 1/2 loop of 1/4"HRS rod to the balance point on the phd's boom
    Last edited by mj007; 07-31-2013 at 10:00 AM. Reason: clarity
    2009 CK20S HST - KIOTI Loader & backhoe, backblade, 3-point scoop, FEL/3-point forklift attachment, 5-ft. brushhog

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    Gold Member JordanFTW's Avatar
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    Default Re: Post hole digger stand

    I saw a pretty sweet stand at an upcoming auction, I plan to bid on this setup.

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    Default Re: Post hole digger stand

    Here is mine - simple but it works pretty good. Pics are on my blog:

    An auger’s abode | Unplugged @ Knight

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    Default Re: Post hole digger stand

    Quote Originally Posted by Ben in BC View Post
    Here is mine - simple but it works pretty good. Pics are on my blog:

    An auger’s abode | Unplugged @ Knight
    That's a good design. ....and I like your blog too!

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    Elite Member coobie's Avatar
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    Default Re: Post hole digger stand

    Here is mine.
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    Default Re: Post hole digger stand

    Thanks, Japody. I have fun with it - good place to keep a record of my projects and things!
    Ben in BC

    No such thing as bad seat time...

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