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    I am surprised that down force is the concern. What I have heard is that the lack of reverse will be a bigger issue. It is my understanding that the hydraulic driven PHDs have the ability to be reversed in those situations where you get stuck. I can see this being a nice thing to have. Given your situation a rental doesn't work well with the requirement for digging on various occasions.

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    Your tractor will handle with ease a post hole digger Very good advice from members Go slow/low rpm ,1 ft at time, have a big pipe wrench ready if you get stuck, large bar and post for stones that you may find Try to make small/ diameter holes for posts I would use a 9 for 4x4 post
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    I plan on going slowly, retired and loving it. I just don't get up there that frequently yet. I have a 3 foot pipe wrench around here somewhere, just can't remember where I put it or for what reason I purchased it?. Thank you all for your assistance. Now to make my dealer an offer he can't refuse
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