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  1. #1
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    Join Date
    Feb 2004

    Default T post puller

    I wanted to make something to pull t post out of the ground if they go in at too much of a slant. I decided to make something that I did not have to use a chain and came up with this. The 7/16 rolled steel would bend out so I drilled some holes and made a bracket. The thing works really well at pulling post that have been in the ground for several years.
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  2. #2
    Silver Member
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    Nov 2009
    Austin, Texas
    Kubota M5040

    Default Re: T post puller

    HF sells a T post puller for about $20. It works well. Theirs looks just about like yours. Great Job on building your own!

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    Dec 2006
    Sikeston, MO
    Fisher Price, toddlers first tractor.

    Default Re: T post puller

    Your shop is way too clean.
    Claude farmer

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