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Wednesday, December 21st 2005, 4:37pm

by boritmfg

If you are having trouble with mud you need to cut the water back. The tool is designed to use just enough water to soften the soil so if is coming back out of the whole and making a mess just turn it down until the desired level is reached. With regards to the tool freezing up we suggest a Hole Hog or Hammer drill which should keep the tool turning, if the tool freezes there may be a bad part or a rather large stone in the way.

Thursday, December 9th 2004, 8:02am

by nestors

We have ,but not only is it a muddy situation but if you come across gravel sometimes it will frezze up ,you need to have a high torque drill to keep it flowing well.

Nestor's LandScape
Alpharetta,Ga.


Tuesday, November 23rd 2004, 9:30am

by aquamatic

Yes! Works good but messy with the water. I only use it as a last resort

Friday, November 19th 2004, 5:57pm

by USPlbgSvc

Boring Tool?

Has anyone had any experiance using a tool made by BORIT Manufacturing?<b></b>