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Product Snapshot: Leading-Edge Lifeline and One-Man Hole Digger

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The 240 Hole Digger is powered by a Honda GX35 four-stroke engine, which delivers a maximum drilling torque of 50 ft-lb. The all-position engine allows the tool to be operated and stored in any position without causing damage. It is intended for digging holes up to 8-in. in dia. on a wide variety of unconsolidated soil types. The digger has a standard digging depth of 30 in. with an optional 15-in. extension for deeper holes. The 240 Hole Digger's Comfort Zone handle is designed to minimize operator kickback. General Equipment Co.; 800-533-0524; www.generalequip.com
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