What is a hole digger called?
Likewise, what is a post hole digger called?
A post hole digger is a hand tool used to manually dig deep and narrow holes in order to install posts, such as ones for fences or signs. A post hole digger can also be known as a clamshell digger, due to its resemblance to the seaside shell.
Also, how does post hole digger work? A post hole digger is a tool used to dig narrow holes to install posts, such as for fences and signs. There are different kinds of post hole diggers. A Brad Calleja (pictured) is jabbed into the ground in the open position until the blades are buried.
Correspondingly, how wide is a post hole digger?
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Can you rent a hole digger?
You can rent a one- or two-person power auger, or even a Bobcat skid-steer with a hole-digging accessory to dig all the holes you need in a half-day or so. So rent one instead, for about $35 for 4 hours.