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From: "JC Smith" <email@example.com>
> It is real hard for a backhoe to dig a narrow, square hole that
> is very deep.
True enough--except that rather than use my little Kubota backhoe I hired it
done and the backhoe that was used had a hydraulic
telescoping capability on the arm that holds the bucket. It would extend 6'
or 8' or so beyond the length of the arm and made the job of digging a deep
but narrow, square hole easy. Not many backhoes have the telescoping
feature but if you shop around you might find one. This was a big rig and
the charge was $60 per hour with a two hour minimum. No transportation
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