Manual Fence Post Driver | Wholesale Red Steel T Post Hole Pounder
- Size: 23 in. long x 9 in. width
- Weight: 15.5 lbs
- Material: 10 Gauge Industrial Grade Steel with Red Powder Coat
HEAVY DUTY 15.5 LB T-POST DRIVER:
This driver installs T-Posts & U-Posts with ease! Made with 10 Gauge Industrial Grade Steel, this product is built to last and install thousands of posts!
Using two large tapered handles, this makes for a comfortable hold for your hands. Always use gloves during installation
30% HEAVIER THAN COMPETITION
While our competitors sell a T-Post Driver that are 12 lbs, a Sandbaggy T-Post Driver is 15.5 lbs or 30% more weight. This means that it takes less effort to install a T-Post because gravity will do the job. Just lift the driver and drop.
FITS ALL POSTS UP TO 2-3/4" WIDTH
This driver fits posts up to 2-2/4" width
Powder coated with a hot rod red finish, this post driver will not rust
USE FOR WOODEN, METAL, SILT, or CHAIN LINK FENCE POSTS
Sandbaggy T-post drivers are great for all fence post types.
GREAT FOR ALL PROJECTS
Whether you have a small DIY project installing 20 posts or a large ranch needing 500 posts, this Sandbaggy driver will get the job done!
WHOLESALE - BUY IN BULK AND SAVE BIG
Save big by buying multiple drivers at once!
What is a fence post driver called?
A fence post driver is also known as a t-post driver, post pounder, post hole driver, and a post installer. Generally used in landscaping and construction, fence post drivers assists in driving fence posts into the ground.
Is a post driver worth it?
Yes, a post driver is a must-have for installing posts. Using hammers or other tools will make installing T-Posts very difficult if not impossible. The main benefit of manual fence post drivers is how easy they are to use. No extra equipment or tools are required, and they can install t-posts into the ground within seconds.
Another option is to use gas-powered post drivers. They are about $1500-$2500 each.
How do you drive fence posts into the ground?
The best way to drive fence posts into the ground is using a fence post driver. Simply put the driver over the fence post, and use a downward force to continually hammer it into the ground. They will work on any type of fence post: wood, chain link, metal, and silt.
How deep should you drive a fence post?
The depth of your fence post depends on the desired height of your fence. For best results your fence post should be at least one-third of the way deep into the ground.
For example, we recommend installing 18 inches deep for a 5 ft T-Post, 24 inches deep for 6 to 10 ft T-Post
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