The XtremepowerUS Post Hole Digger gives you plenty of power to efficiently dig and bore through holes for decks, fence posts, tree planting, and more. It features a powerful 2-stroke 43cc gasoline engine enabling the drilling of multiple holes in quick succession. Designed to be lightweight and easy to use to reduce the working strength of the operator.
- Powerful 2-stroke 43cc gasoline engine enables drilling of multiple holes in quick succession
- Heavy duty die-cast metal auger bit can rip and shred through soft soils and clay like butter
- Rocky soils and tree roots may slow down excavation, but our post hole digger can handle it with ease
- A convenient built-in translucent fuel tank lets you easily check when you need to refill
- Steel jobsite handlebar frame provides secure protection for the engine against damages
- Ergonomic handlebars with fingertip throttle trigger give you enhanced power and speed control
- XtremepowerUS post hole diggers are made adaptable with most standard auger bits with a shaft size of 3/4 in.
- Simply choose the right size and type of auger bit to meet your requirements for the toughest jobs
- Product Type: Earth Auger
- Engine Type: Single Cylinder, Air-cooled Gasoline Engine
- Engine Displacement: 43 cc
- Engine Cycles: 2 Cycle
- Fuel Mixing Ratio: 50:1 2-Cycle Pre-Blended Fuel
- Fuel Tank Capacity: .98 Gal
- Clutch Type: Centrifugal
- Start Type: Recoil Start
- Translucent Fuel Tank: Yes
- Maximum revolutions per minute: 125 RPM
- Product Weight (with bit): 27.5 lbs.
- CARB and EPA Certified
- 43CC Gasoline Post Hole Digger
- 8 in. Earth Auger Bit
My husband is putting in a new fence. He said this digger has been amazing! Delivery had been a bit frustrating since they had a broken box and we found all the parts had fallen onto our porch and walkway!
Worked perfectly to drill holes for my stockade fence. Got stuck a couple of times because I have a lot of trees around, hence too many roots. But all in all, was great after untangling the roots.
First and foremost: This is a very intuitive and easy to use piece of equipment and if there are few or no obstacles, like rocks or roots, where you're digging then you can't go wrong.I, however, live in NW Arkansas. After 8 or 9 inches of soil you hit rock. A lot of rock. So much rock". And roots. The trees and undergrowth here is prolific and old.So for this auger to drill 8 holes and still be standing is a testament. Normally I would have used the backhoe and the pneumatic auger for a job like this. I broke one retaining bolt on the torsion spring after the blade grabbed a root and rock and that was on Hole #1! This auger lasted 7 more holes; only one of which had no obstacles at all.I would definitely buy again.
I bought this hoping it would at least be useable but I did expect it to look cheap and rough. This is far from that. It's very nice looking, I mean the castings look well made, the covers fit perfectly and the engine runs very smooth with plenty of power. It was kind of hard to start the first time but starts easily now. I'm very impressed with the post hole digger and would recommend it. Our ground is hard packed clay and it had no trouble boring a hole in it.