Everything will hook up, and that's why the arch is actually narrower than the regular post hole digger, which is 33 inches. You do need to be careful because if you hit something and get this swinging good, it's going to bend this shield in. And we're keeping as much of this made in America as we can. There's no real way to do it without it breaking and I've got quite a few broken cheap four inch bits around here. The bar is the length it is, and we just looked. He's got a foot underneath.
I'm not even sure what it's on. What we were using was made by the Leinbach Company in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Quality 3 Pt post hole diggers are just the tip of the iceberg among our more than 26,000 products for farm, shop, home and garden. I think it's 26 wide. They started in 1942 and unfortunately, this year, they went totally out of business, had an auction, sold all their machinery, tooling, everything, and they're gone.
So we never have any problems here. And then when you go to replace the tips, you only have to replace each point instead of the complete assembly. For instance, on this gear box, regardless of the tractor, even if the tractor had 50 horsepower, which this is only 22. And we just want to give you a superior product at a great price. We're putting a nice paint job on them. Because a post hole digger is so long, you shouldn't ever have to cut the shaft on a post hole digger.
Based on my dealings with customer service, the salesman, and the way it looks I am happy!! We're using heavier pipe, heavier tubing. It has two of the replaceable cutting edges. We sell them in packs of five on our website. So an ungraded bolt is what you want, where the head is slick. It runs smooth, and will probably outlast me! They look similar, but we've made a lot of improvements and we just want to tell you what we've done and why these are costing more. We'll send you a new owner's manual if you need it. We do make a four-inch also.
One thing we don't do. Their piping is a very short hoop, comes underneath here, where it could interfere with the auger. So another thing, when you get this drive shaft, it's a little different than most. So this is the fastest box, as far as the auger speed. They do make some different types of holders, and they look really good in them.
This is probably our most popular one then. Believe it or not, even the Rhino. Ted usually will go around the corner way before he cuts it, and all of my employees will tell you that. It weighs almost twice as much. One of the nice features of a fertilizer spreader is the evenly and consistent spread of seed or other materials. The 3 point hitch is shaped like a triangle while being very simple in design they are built to industry standard for connected and powering pull behind attachments. So we simply just added two and a half inches to all of our designs, through the whole thing.
I moved all this ground from up here about nine years ago. He was back on the back, hanging on it, trying to get it to go in the ground. If you ask for it, you can get the bigger gearbox, even on the junior. Now, this gearbox here does have the slot. When purchasing a post hole digger keep in mind the size of the you need as well as the size of tractor you have.
We offer tractor post hole diggers that are perfect to create precise holes. They come in a few different sizes depending your needs. You can see how much bigger the tube is in the center. Pick up extra post hole digger parts so you'll always be ready to make a fast repair. It does have a place for a pipe to go right here, and that was called a guide bar. They rejected an offer from one of their suppliers, and we had the chance to buy hundreds of these. There's decals all over a post hole digger.
Also, when you push from the bottom side of the pipe, you're creating a kink point. It has a category-two top link ball in it. Those plastic shields are going to be long gone. Another good use for landscape rakes is leveling out a gravel driveway or a sandy beach. As for the attachment bolts which attach the auger to the output shaft of the gear box, no problem with any grade bolt there, you can use up to a grade 5 there as this is only attaching the auger and not a shear point, only a hookup or attachment point for the auger. You can go through ravines safely.
A subcompact, these will work on. So if it sheers the bolt, then the set screw rides in that groove and keeps it from coming off. The heavier casing of the gearbox is designed not to use a guiding rod. As the tractors get bigger, the hoop is not quite as long, and they're wider. Inch is the top, I think. And we're going to turn this around and show it to you.