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  McMillen Auger Bits HDF Style for light to moderate ground
McMillen Skid Steer, Skidsteer, Auger Bits HDF Style for light to moderate ground
McMillen Skid Steer Auger Bits HDF Style for light to moderate ground


 
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HDF Features:
  • Fabricated boring head
  • Hardened bolt-on gage teeth (outside positions)
  • Hardened bolt-on wisdom teeth (inside patterns)
  • Hardened fishtail point
  • Heavy duty double flighting
  • Collars available in 2-9/16" round and 2" hex
  • Available in 3' and 4' lengths
  • Bolt on teeth with 5/8" x 1 3/4" carriage bolts
  These augers will be shipped within 1,000 miles of Newton, NC at no extra charge when bought alone, or within the continental US if purchased with a planetary auger drive

 


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McMillen HDF Style Auger Bits, Our most popular style, is for Light to Moderate Ground Conditions. McMillen offers the best in Auger Bits for your Auger/Post Hole Digger Drive Unit. 3/8" Thick Fabricated Boring Heads, Two Year Warranty. 2.56" round and 2" hex drive options.
 
You will find below the 48" length auger bit selection. In all of our time doing business this is the auger size that will fit the majority of needs you have for hole boring with your hydraulic drive unit. Please email us here or call 866-581-5818 for information on other sizes. We Stock all Popular 2" Hex Drive HDF Auger Bits, Usually Ships Next Day.

 
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HDF Auger Bits, For Hydraulic Drive Auger Units, 4" thru 36" diameter and 4' length available. Starts at $262.00  Free Shipping within 1,000 miles

Item# Item Name Our Price Qty Add
MCM-20003-HEX-HDF 4x48 2 Hex HDF Auger Bit No Teeth 41 lbs.
$262.00
MCM-20021-HEX-HDF 6x48 2 Hex HDF Auger Bit 2 Teeth 42 lbs.
$284.00
MCM-20056-HEX-HDF 8x48 2 Hex HDF Auger Bit 2 Teeth 77 lbs.
$385.00
MCM-20096-HEX-HDF 9x48 2 Hex HDF Auger Bit 3 Teeth 86 lbs.
$391.00
MCM-20145-HEX-HDF 10x48 2 Hex HDF Auger Bit 3 Teeth 99 lbs.
$469.00
MCM-20183-HEX-HDF 12x48 2 Hex HDF Auger Bit 4 Teeth 115 lbs.
$485.00
MCM-20237-HEX-HDF 15x48 2 Hex HDF Auger Bit 5 Teeth 131 lbs.
$610.00
MCM-20269-HEX-HDF 16x48 2 Hex HDF Auger Bit 5 Teeth 136 lbs.
$696.00
MCM-20306-HEX-HDF 18x48 2 Hex HDF Auger Bit 6 Teeth 176 lbs.
$744.00
MCM-20350-HEX-HDF 20x48 2 Hex HDF Auger Bit 6 Teeth 184 lbs.
$762.00
MCM-20386-HEX-HDF 24x48 2 Hex HDF Auger Bit 8 Teeth 278 lbs.
$898.00
MCM-20429-HEX-HDF 30x48 2 Hex HDF Auger Bit 9 Teeth 325 lbs.
$1,166.00
MCM-20474-HEX-HDF 36x48 2 Hex HDF Auger Bit 11 Teeth 443 lbs.
$1,402.00
2-9/16 Round HDF Augers All augers below have 2 9/16 shafts
$0.00
MCM-20006-2.56-HDF 4x48 2 9/16 Round HDF Auger Bit No Teeth 41 lbs.
$262.00
MCM-20025-2.56-HDF 6x48 2 9/16 Round HDF Auger Bit 2 Teeth 42 lbs.
$284.00
MCM-20059-2.56-HDF 8x48 2 9/16 Round HDF Auger Bit 2 Teeth 77 lbs.
$385.00
MCM-20100-2.56-HDF 9x48 2 9/16 Round HDF Auger Bit 3 Teeth 86 lbs.
$391.00
MCM-20149-2.56-HDF 10x48 2 9/16 Round HDF Auger Bit 3 Teeth 99 lbs.
$469.00
MCM-20187-2.56-HDF 12x48 2 9/16 Round HDF Auger Bit 4 Teeth 115 lbs.
$485.00
MCM-20241-2.56-HDF 15x48 2 9/16 Round HDF Auger Bit 5 Teeth 131 lbs.
$610.00
MCM-20272-2.56-HDF 16x48 2 9/16 Round HDF Auger Bit 5 Teeth 136 lbs.
$696.00
MCM-20309-2.56-HDF 18x48 2 9/16 Round HDF Auger Bit 6 Teeth 176 lbs.
$744.00
MCM-20353-2.56-HDF 20x48 2 9/16 Round HDF Auger Bit 6 Teeth 184 lbs.
$762.00
MCM-20389-2.56-HDF 24x48 2 9/16 Round HDF Auger Bit 8 Teeth 278 lbs.
$898.00
MCM-20431-2.56-HDF 30x48 2 9/16 Round HDF Auger Bit 9 Teeth 325 lbs.
$1,166.00
MCM-20476-2.56-HDF 36x48 2 9/16 Round HDF Auger Bit 11 Teeth 443 lbs.
$1,402.00
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Video Transcription:

Hi. I'm Ted, from Everything Attachments. We're going to show you the HDF style of auger bit. They make two different styles that we mainly sell. The HDF is the most popular, and the HDC. I'm going to point out the main differences.

One is listed . . . I don't like the way they're listed in the book, because the HDF says for moderate ground, and that to me sounds like a medium-duty auger, where this is a very heavy-duty auger any way you look at it. The HDC is for abrasive ground, but as far as the main shaft, the collar, the welding, and the thicknesses, they're all the same. The same flighting goes on an HDC or an HDF.

This is an HDF, and it has the wisdom teeth and the gauge teeth. The gauge teeth is on the end and has a little wider spot; gives you more wearing room. The wisdom teeth go in the middle, and they're spaced so everywhere there's a gap it's picking it up over here. They're spaced so you get a full, clean bottom all the way to the bottom, and it has a fishtail point that's also replaceable in the end. The difference between a HDF and a HDC is from here down, this is made out of all steel, and it's fabricated and welded, and the teeth are bolted on. On an HDC, this head is meant for abrasive ground. Even though sand digs very easily, it's abrasive and it will wear these pieces down here quicker. An HDC, instead of being steel-
fabricated, it's a casted high-nickel, high-carbon head on the end of it and the teeth actually drive into a pocket, and there's no bolt that can wear. For 90% of what we sell, it's an HDF auger, and that's what this is. It's a really good heavy auger out of all the other brands that I've seen. McMillan pretty much invented the hydraulic auger to start with, and that's who we stick with because we've had the best results out of.

If you'll just give us a call at Everything Attachments, give us an email. There's different reasons why you pick different sizes of holes. If you're doing fence posts and you're only putting in a 4x4 post, which will measure about 6 inches across, then there's a difference between if you're going to tamp the dirt in or if you're going to cement it in, of what size bits you would want. If you just go with a real large bit and you're going to tamp this hole tight with dirt, it's going to take a long time to stabilize and be firm if you picked the wrong size bit. Depending on what you're doing, if you know if it's a round or a square and what size it is of what you're going to be putting in, just give us a call or an email and we'll help size this properly for you, whether you're putting it in with dirt or cement, there's different reasons why we pick different size bits.

Just give us a call. We'll be happy to help you, at Everything Attachments.




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