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Discussion in 'Irrigation' started by Buck_wheat, Oct 29, 2010.
maybe they use 6-inch round boxes
I know who does the service there and they have done it for years.
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I had to do a double take on this one, found this on a TX irrigation co's website..
I would have given up after 1 hour god forbid 2 hrs... I would have bored a new hole!!
I also see a brand new shovel in the picture, hence the label hasnt even worn off. Not a good sign of a seasoned irrigator.
You can learn alot by looking at a mans shovel.
are you sure that's not mitch?
btw i need to ask you a question Will, check your pm
That's how I sometimes felt when jetting a pipe under a sidewalk, where tree roots were involved.
I always take the D-Handle off those shovels and put a straight wood handle on..
I like me a D-handle, at least for wood. Good for tight quarters.
I also like the short D handle for tight quarters.
That kid's a trooper!
I just happen to be sitting in on an OSHA safety seminar tomorrow. This pic is wonderful.
I agree on the tight quarters but im not a fan of the jarring you get
when your beating you shovel on some rock hard dirt.
That's why they make picks and mattocks and gloves.