Steel T Post Puller
- Hot-dip galvanized
How to Use
Takes as long to set the puller in place as it does to remove a post. Puts an end to the multiple "shake, grunt and lift" routine.
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Alling W from New York
We're doing some construction, so I have to remove about 20 T-posts. This tool makes it a whole lot easier to get them out. But ... should the hinge be on the top or the bottom? The catalog shows it both ways. Should the puller be positioned facing the lugs or on the back? It's on the back in the catalog photos, but facing the lugs in the sheet that accompanied the product. Whatever. In any case, it makes the job easier.
Crystal E from Northeastern California
Works good if the ground isn't too hard, useless if it is, but that's the case with any t-post puller besides a tractor. The reason for the poor review is that the lever shaft actually broke in half where the pin goes through it while using it on about the 10th post we pulled. Pretty disappointed.
1st the good : The puller worked very well in pulling all types of metal posts. I have pulled both old and new posts with little trouble. A number of the posts pulled had been in the ground for over 20 years.
2nd the BAD: Little info as to where the parts-ccotter pin, washers..ect. are to go Instructions need to be improved. I sent an e-mail for clarification, but after a week, have not heard back