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I saw a post on here one time about a gas power shovel, kinda like a jack hammer but smaller and interchangeable heads. I have been using the search for a couple of hours now and cant find the thread. Does anyone remember this shovel and have the link to the site? Thanks guys, I am tired of pick axing this concrete hard red clay
 

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I saw a post on here one time about a gas power shovel, kinda like a jack hammer but smaller and interchangeable heads. I have been using the search for a couple of hours now and cant find the thread. Does anyone remember this shovel and have the link to the site? Thanks guys, I am tired of pick axing this concrete hard red clay
Powershovels are more for transplanting than general digging. I'll tell ya what though... I have a sweet general 210(may be 510?) digger that I'd sell for CHEAP! It's a 2 man auger... BULLET PROOF... with a 16 or 18" earth bit. New carbide teeth. It has a blown out 5hp briggs, Could be replaced wit anything. I'd sell it for a few hundred and deliver it along i20. The bit alone is worth twice that.
 

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The powered shovel is called a powerspade
 

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Thanks, ya'll helped me find it, http://dynadiggr.com/, now I gotta check it out and see if its what I want or need,
 

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Nope dont think that will work, looks like it will just bounch on the surface of this old clay,
 

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Powershovels are more for transplanting than general digging. I'll tell ya what though... I have a sweet general 210(may be 510?) digger that I'd sell for CHEAP! It's a 2 man auger... BULLET PROOF... with a 16 or 18" earth bit. New carbide teeth. It has a blown out 5hp briggs, Could be replaced wit anything. I'd sell it for a few hundred and deliver it along i20. The bit alone is worth twice that.
I think I'll pass on that for now, I dont believe and auger will do what I am wanting,
 

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We have used an electric jackhammer with a "shovel" bit. Worked well in the rocky soil in pickwick. We also had to plant under a hospital canopy. Red clay protected from water for 15 years is H A R D ! Your just trying to stay of that new knee!
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We have used an electric jackhammer with a "shovel" bit. Worked well in the rocky soil in pickwick. We also had to plant under a hospital canopy. Red clay protected from water for 15 years is H A R D ! Your just trying to stay of that new knee!
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new hip, but yes, I didnt want to keep calling you and asking stuff like that, I am so glad you popped in o this one. I was just looking at jackhammers on the internet. Thanks Trent
 
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