Towable hydraulic earth drill

Little Beaver
April 12, 2011
By Little Beaver
Little Beaver’s towable, hydraulic earth drill is designed for power, versatility and dependability. When we designed the HYD-TB11H, we weren’t interested in developing an ordinary, “me too” machine. Our goal was to design a towable, hydraulic earth drill that was clearly superior to any competitive offering currently on the market.

The auger includes an 11 HP Honda engine and an improved hydraulic system. This powerful combination generates up to 262 foot pounds of torque, allowing users to drill holes up to 16 inches in diameter. The HYD-TB11H features convenient forward and reverse auger rotation and a two-position handle that permits drilling right next to buildings or other structures.


An infinitely variable 20-degree auger tilt allows vertical drilling in uneven terrain while our removable "no tools" tow hitch permits easy highway transport. The HYD-TB11H is built to last with welded steel plate and tube construction for extra long life. By combining an inlet suction strainer with a 10 micron return filter, the hydraulic system is kept clean of contaminants.

Forward/reverse hydraulic levers and an on/off switch are conveniently located on the two-position handle. An auger lock makes it easy to maneuver the HYD-TB11H around the job site.A large, 6.5 gallon hydraulic reservoir features a convenient sight gauge and a 10 micron return filter. The HYD-TB11H accepts all Little Beaver augers (standard, carbide, and rock), utilizing the same secure and simple snap button connection. Either 36- or 42-inch augers can be used.

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