[NAFEX] inexpensive 10' posts

Thomas Olenio tolenio at sentex.net
Tue Sep 14 12:49:59 EDT 2004


Hi,

Pounding steel posts is easy with the proper tool.  It is a steel pipe  
that slides over the top of the steel post, about 3' long.  It is weighted  
and capped at one end.

Slip it over the steel post, lift drop, lift drop a few times and you are  
done.

A great tool.

Later,
Tom


On Tue, 14 Sep 2004 11:45:43 -0500, RW Spalinger <rwspal at earthlink.net>  
wrote:

>
> On Sep 13, 2004, at 11:31 PM, NAFEX List wrote:
>
>> ...Woven fence has some stability of its own, so no sag with that  
>> system.
>>
>> I have to admit that 10' t-posts would definitely do the job, but  
>> pounding them in sounds like a challenge.  Maybe dig a post hole and  
>> set with concrete?
>
> Each corner has 4 t-posts (to make a rounded corner) set in concrete.  
> The rest, about 12' apart are pounded into the ground with a t-post  
> driver. Indeed, we took many breaks in between driving the 10' posts  
> into the ground.
>
> Randall S.
>
>
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