The 3 foot long augers a better choice for these smaller tractors. They're the standard category-one width. We had a company that didn't take a lot of orders. The digging performance of the bucket mounted post hole digger can be improved in heavy hardened soil conditions by applying additional down pressure with the front-end loader. So don't use too big a bit. If you don't have your set screw set right, and you sheer that bolt, and this whole shaft comes off, then it's going to be slinging around.
Once you completely put it together, and you try to take it off, it's kind of like a snake. We've got tractors that have 90 horsepower that are still small, and then you still have to care for the people that have the tractors that were made in the '70s and '80s, which are gigantic heavy tractors that don't have a lot of horsepower. Homeowners, landscapers, and rental yards will find this unit very effective for occasional duty and for working and maneuvering in tight spots. He was actually doing the number-one thing you don't want to do. When you extend the boom out. The pole is not real loose. They were probably worn out.
We'll show you a picture of it when we get done. Additional details and credit card application available at checkout. The whole thing is coming from China, where we do this in America. So your drive shaft is going to turn four times to every one time the shaft turns. So even if you get the little one, you're going to get the heavy duty drive shaft. The shorter the boom and the taller the hoop is, the more it'll lift up out of the ground for these really short stance tractors. That's when you would want the bigger gearboxes, just because you're going to be doing that much repetition.
This is an 18-inch auger. So another thing, when you get this drive shaft, it's a little different than most. But here's what we don't want to do. An optional hydraulic down pressure kit is available to improve the performance of the three-point mounted post hole diggers. That way, you just don't have an unsafe implement for later, whether your kids inherit it or whatever. So on the 18-inch, this is still meant for an agriculture auger.
We have a professional shipping department, they will try their best to save your container quantity. If you pull of a shield, there's a decal to tell you there's a shield missing. We'll put Peanut on here in just a minute, and we'll let him run them for us. We have a full time staff ready to help you pick the best 3 point auger for your size tractor and ground condition. Was this review helpful to you? I didn't bring it with me today.
So there's all kinds of different things. If you were looking on the little one, it was on the second hole from the back, and that's so it's got the power to pull it up. I'm not even sure what it's on. Our tractor augers feature structural tubing for hoops and booms, and come with the heaviest duty bits we could find. We offer tractor post hole diggers that are perfect to create precise holes. Sometimes bigger is not always better.
So we put a three-inch schedule-40 pipe on this. So safety needs to be one of the first concerns that you have. If you order the 7500, a standard category-one is three-quarters of an inch, and a category-two is. You've got a big tractor, and you want to put that big gearbox on it. Make sure that you always put both bolts in your output shaft of your gearbox. So we've got a nice.
The problem with that is, for me, I can just buy a class-four. Sprayed with durable black paint, resist rust and corrosion ensures its long-last service life-span. The only difference is which gearbox you choose. So go ahead and give it a try, Peanut. So if you're using a small auger, you're going to be able to do your holes a lot faster. Same way with the bottom shield. So keep it cleared out.
So what it also is. So as things started changing about four years ago, we couldn't get enough product to get it to our customers in a reasonable amount of time. There are 161 3 point auger suppliers, mainly located in Asia. On our standard bits that go out, this is a six-inch. The auger descends slowly into the ground as the earth moves upward. So the guide bar was really either meant to be used from back here, which today it'd be really kind of considered unsafe, and then also you could put it where it came up through here, where the operator could hold the bit straight, but that was for when tractors didn't have live lift on them, like an 8N Ford. Let's go one more time, all the way down.