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Is anyone familiar with the trencher attachment for the Power Max series-AC/Simp. What type of dirt will they dig in. Or what type of dirt won't they dig in? I've heard they were a "Bulldog" brand. There is a company in Texas that still sells trechers by this name.

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DON. I HAVE LITERATURE ON B-1 AND THEY HAVE A TRENCHER MADE BY INHOFER MANUFACTURING CALLED THE GROUNDSAW TRENCHER MADE IN FAIRFAX MINN. THE MODEL IS H-900.DOES NOT SAY ANYTHING ABOUT THE SOIL THAT IT WILL OR WILL NOT DIG IN .HOPE THIS HELPS YOU.AGCO918 MICKEYMOUSE@BRIGHT.NET the width THEY WOULD DIG WAS 21/4 TO 7 INCHES .WEIGHTED 375 LBS.COST. 1285.00 FOR 21/4 UP TO 1335.00 FOR 6 IN.COPYED. JUNE 26 1962

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