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BANGKOK 17 February 2019 16:56
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Post Hole Digger

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I am starting to build 2 m high perimeter wall around my property, will post storry when I have some pictures, and more time.

Does anyone know where I can rent a small mechanical digger in Khon Kaen. and where I might be able to buy a post hole digger such as this?

Thank you

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Oh god, take that picture of a post hole digger down!!! It brings back memories of hard and sweaty work as a boy!...and lets not forget the blisters!

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you could rent out a tractor with a posthole auger attachment?

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These are cheap, maybe 800b plus the 2 poles, any hard where store.

sorry, are you sure about that? I know a guy that is putting one in his luggage from the UK soon, so please give me some news. Quick!

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These are cheap, maybe 800b plus the 2 poles, any hard where store.

sorry, are you sure about that? I know a guy that is putting one in his luggage from the UK soon, so please give me some news. Quick!

I have looked many places in the KKC area including all the major home outlets such as Global House, Thai Watsadu and Home pro.and I have not seen one yet. I am also planing to bring one from the States when I come back next time. I plan to remove the handles, and only bring the working head, I can install handles here.If you can point out a place in KKC, or BKK where I can get one it will sure save me a headache., but will greatly contribute towards a massive back achelaugh.png

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Post hole diggers can be found for 200 baht a day almost anywhere. Tip, they are more efficient in cool season but sometimes can't be found on the second day. Don't pay up front.

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I paid around 3500 Baht in Switzerland for mine. I think I'll import all the same

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I have looked many places as well and only have have seen them at True Value in Bangkok, but I think they are over 2000 baht. Handles sold at hardware stores in Thailand are cheap, but junk. As many broken handles as I have dealt with in Thailand, it is nice to have high quality handles fitted from the factory that are also designed for the tool they are going on.

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