On Mon, 30 Jun 1997, Chuck Dietz wrote:
> Jan & Del Seay wrote:
> > Remember the goal is not to provide x-lbs of concrete to hold the
> > load, but to provide a device that requires movement of x-yards
> > of undisturbed earth. A flat sided device will require more earth
> > to be moved per yard of concrete, than does a round device.
> I agree, however, I would drill with the tractor and then square the
> holes with a "sharpshooter" shovel and hand post hole diggers...
Keep in mind that you could use the power auger to dig about 3 or 4
holes in a row and then clean them out with a shovel. This would give
you the trench you need for the anchor, use power to do the hardest
part of the digging and avoid having to use a backhoe!
73, Ron, SOWP 5545M,
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