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    Veteran Member SSdoxie's Avatar
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    Default My T post puller

    Here is a little gadet that saves some time and effort pulling T posts. Took me about 15 minutes this afternoon making it from some scrap angle iron laying around.
    In the photos I was pulling off the quick hitch on 3 pt. Just back up close to post, drop the triangle over the post, lower 3 pt, then pull, up comes the post.

    The triangle measure 5 1/2" from top joint to the cross angle. This one is 2 1/4" wide at the bottom. I think 1 3/4 or 1 7/8" would work better since this on did slide off to an angle a slipped on 1 psot out of the 8 I pulled, a little narrower will keep it from twisting off center.
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    Default Re: My T post puller

    Quote Originally Posted by SSdoxie View Post
    Here is a little gadet that saves some time and effort pulling T posts. Took me about 15 minutes this afternoon making it from some scrap angle iron laying around.
    In the photos I was pulling off the quick hitch on 3 pt. Just back up close to post, drop the triangle over the post, lower 3 pt, then pull, up comes the post.

    The triangle measure 5 1/2" from top joint to the cross angle. This one is 2 1/4" wide at the bottom. I think 1 3/4 or 1 7/8" would work better since this on did slide off to an angle a slipped on 1 psot out of the 8 I pulled, a little narrower will keep it from twisting off center.
    Good job on the puller. It looks as if it will slide down by gravity for a second bite if needed.

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    Default Re: My T post puller

    Looks great. If the t post has no bumps, you can put a bolt through. Handy.
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    Default Re: My T post puller

    Thanks, SSdoxie, I will add that one to the list of ideas stolen from someone else. Great job!

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    Default Re: My T post puller

    Making one on friday..Thanks.

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    Default Re: My T post puller

    Nice!
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    Default Re: My T post puller

    love the simple design; will make one soon
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    Default Re: My T post puller

    Thanks for the idea. I made 2 last week. I'm retired & pittle around in my shop most of the time. I like building stuff like this & giving it to people just to watch their reactions. Great little tool thar really works.
    Any more ideas?

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    Default Re: My T post puller

    I like the puller a lot. Good job.

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    Default Re: My T post puller

    nice Job,

    Good little tool to have around and make a job fast and easy.
    Or its a chain and a helper to do the same job in the same time.

    Nice Job

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