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General Equipment’s 300 Series Hole Diggers
December 11, 2007

hole-diggersUntitled-1General Equipment’s 300 Series professional hole diggers provide the performance and power needed to handle heavy-duty digging projects, from commercial fencing to upscale landscaping. A four-cycle, 3,600-rpm Honda GXV140 5-horsepower gasoline engine powers the series, and a Lo Tone muffler reduces operating sound. A resistor-type spark plug helps with starting. To increase operator control, a rugged and durable Magura twist-grip throttle is positioned to maximize hand and arm strength. The heavy-duty, spring-return throttle provides precise control within the operator’s hand. Multiple driveshaft options make the 300 Series adaptable to competitive augers so that existing inventories can easily be accommodated. The 330H auger features a 1-3/8-inch hexagon General driveshaft auger connection. The 343H uses a 7/8-inch square Ground Hog-type connection, and a Stihl-type connection is used on the 357H.