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    Default Re: What Model Hydraulic Post Driver

    Mike,
    I don't see how it would work that well but I've never tryed it either. It's dang hard just to put in a steel post with the loader.


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    Default Re: What Model Hydraulic Post Driver

    I watched a fellow on a big tractor/loader/backhoe push a steel t-post into damp ground once with his loader bucket; thought that worked very well, so I tried it on my little kubota in my hard ground; hardly made a dent in the dirt, but picked up the front wheels on my tractor.[img]/w3tcompact/icons/laugh.gif[/img]


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