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  1. #1
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    Default 3pt T-post pounder

    Trying to decide what to do with this. I got it a while back, but never did anything with it. When I made the TnT for my old tractor, I only ran a 2 spool valve, so I did not have the hydraulics to run this. I do not have TnT on my new tractor(will add it, but not for now...).

    This thing is a Speeco. It goes on the 3pt hitch. The "Box" is lifted by a hydraulic cylinder, and the tripped by a lever, causing the box to drop on the t-post. The box can be filled with sand ect for weight. On the back, it has a little door that closes in the t-post(not pictured).

    This is the only one I have ever seen.
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    RobertN in Shingle Springs Calif

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    Default Re: 3pt T-post pounder

    I've seen them advertised, never in person. I use my FEL to drive T posts. Guess you could either sell it or use as rear weight.
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    Default Re: 3pt T-post pounder

    OK, I'll bite. How much do you want for it?

    That is, if it works. It seems to be missing a hydraulic cylinder.

    I'm only about 60 miles away.
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    Default Re: 3pt T-post pounder

    Do you still have the post driver? I need information on it, any literature? I contacted SpeedCo and they claim they have no information on the product that they made? Interesting. I would like to know how it trips onced raised. Any information I can get would be appreciated!

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    Default Re: 3pt T-post pounder

    Quote Originally Posted by Lenarguy View Post
    Do you still have the post driver? I need information on it, any literature? I contacted SpeedCo and they claim they have no information on the product that they made? Interesting. I would like to know how it trips onced raised. Any information I can get would be appreciated!
    That is "SpeeCo" if it makes any difference in your search.

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    Default Re: 3pt T-post pounder

    GW,
    Whoops! Thank you, I will try again.

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