earth drill

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1. A hand-held carpenter’s tool for boring holes in wood, similar to, but larger than, a gimlet; has a long steel bit usually not larger than 1 in. (25 mm) in diameter.
2. A rotary drill, usually powered, for cutting circular holes in earth or rock.
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The earth drill provides the torque necessary to drill smoothly through the soil from one side of the sidewalk to the other.
The M4500MS horizontal earth drill attachment is easily attached to a mini skid steer loader using a quick-attach system and is powered by the loader's hydraulics.
The M4500 MS horizontal earth drill attachment is perfect for installing irrigation pipes, CATV and utility lines under landscaped areas, lawns, driveways, etc.