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    Default Stanley Pole Tamper TA 54103

    Just bought a Stanley Pole Tamper. Planning to do some pasture fence work. This tamper takes 4-9 GPM with optimum being 8 GPM. I plan to use this on a kubota M5400 which is 11.6 GPM. Would there be a problem is using a tractor with more GPM than the tool needs. Don't want to blow seals.

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    Gold Member gabby's Avatar
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    Georgia y'all

    Default Re: Stanley Pole Tamper TA 54103

    Just keep your engine rpm's down and you should be fine.
    Salad ain't food. Eat beef!

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    Interesting, I never knew there was such a thing. I agree that you just need to keep your RPMs own and it will work fine.

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    Default Re: Stanley Pole Tamper TA 54103

    Fence pros, would a pole tamper work for back filling 4x6 four board horse fence posts? I'm wanting to get by without setting in concrete for speed and cost considerations.

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