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  1. #1
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    Default T-post digger/tamper attachment?

    Can anyone tell me if there is any type of t-post digger/tamper attachment for tractors? I am not strong enough to hold up the compressed air units on the market.

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    Default Re: T-post digger/tamper attachment?

    I used the loader on my tractor. Put together a PVC piece to gauge how far to push the post down and get even height. Worked great.

    Warhammer


    Quote Originally Posted by ylazyy View Post
    Can anyone tell me if there is any type of t-post digger/tamper attachment for tractors? I am not strong enough to hold up the compressed air units on the market.
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    1972 Kubota L210

    Default Re: T-post digger/tamper attachment?

    Quote Originally Posted by ylazyy View Post
    Can anyone tell me if there is any type of t-post digger/tamper attachment for tractors? I am not strong enough to hold up the compressed air units on the market.
    Check out Shaver post drivers here: Shaver Post Drivers

    Probably over kill for T posts.

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    2350 JD, 820 JD, 3600 Ford

    Default Re: T-post digger/tamper attachment?

    I have a Husen(not spelled right) driver 3pt. I like it better than shaver, about two licks on a T post in hard ground. I used a hand driver untill I had an accident that broke my back and crushed my right shoulder and can't use it very well.

  5. #5
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    Default Re: T-post digger/tamper attachment?

    Stanley (yes, hammers and screwdrivers) makes a hand held hydraulic unit. Works awesome (watched guys driving them in). But -- isn't their always a but -- they aren't giving them away.

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