Reddit reviews MAT 901147A Steel Head Fence Post Driver with Handles
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Fence post driverComes with handlesMinimizes damage to tops of fence posts when compared to hammeringHandles are tapered for comfortable hand placement17 lbs. of power
There's a tool used for driving fence posts. It's pretty much the same thing. You might need to add a little weight to make it an effective door fucker-upper.
MAT 901147A Steel Head Fence Post Driver with Handles https://www.amazon.com/dp/B000A1AB7G/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_CfHSCb120F2ND
[$18 for the sign](http://www.Permit.com/ Parking Only Sign, Large 12x18" 3M Prismatic Engineer Grade Reflective Aluminum, For Indoor or Outdoor Use - Made in the USA - By SIGO SIGNS https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01MY6I5K4/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_IqWTAbS2DDG49)
[$17 for the post](http://www.SmartSign.com/ U-Channel Sign Post, 6' Tall, Medium Weight 1.12' Baked Enamel Steel Post https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00HDQH5R0/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_5rWTAbHH6EW8K)
[$33 for the post hammer](http://www.MAT.com/ 901147A Steel Head Fence Post Driver with Handles https://www.amazon.com/dp/B000A1AB7G/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_etWTAb8KYPQBG)
[$8 for assorted nuts, bolts and washers](http://www.Bolts.com/, Nuts, and Washer Assortment Kit, 108 Pieces https://www.amazon.com/dp/B019PXB6Z0/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_LuWTAb3HBZCZ0)
I believe that's $76 for a very legit sign, post and hammer.
Please note, you can re use the post driver.
Well, I'm an idiot. I was driving fence posts in the backyard earlier and managed to somehow slam myself in the head with the driver (one of these). Basically imagine slamming yourself in the head with a 20lb dumbbell. Gave myself a concussion, a lot of bleeding, and a trip to the ER.
I swear I always get injured in the dumbest ways.
nuts, bolts, washers
I'm not clear on how each of those links went through a different signage site, only to end up on amazon. (edit to fix my sloppy links)
Damn, I'm slammed tired from yesterday! Gym, and then non-stop garden work, both my own own yard and the Market Garden. Damn, how I love watching other people work! Trust me, I got mine, too. I managed to clock myself in the head while trying to lift a t-post driver, yes, I saw stars and birdies and now am sporting a nice goose egg on my forehead. All I want to do now is crawl back in bed, but I have to get moving here in a bit, to take my sister to a doctor's appointment, then work after.
We have a kind of peace here now, with all of the young dudes calling the local detox center today and getting their skinny butts into treatment. They've been quite helpful of late, trying to clean up after themselves, being respectful of our needs (can ya please smoke downwind so the smell doesn't get blown into the house?), offering to do yard work. I feel like this peace is fragile, but for now I'll take it.
I do my gym work at a US chain called Planet Fitness. They offer massage and tanning as a part of the deluxe monthly deal, and a thing called Total Body Enhancement. It's like a stand up tanning thing, but instead of UV, the bulbs put out a red light that is supposed to stimulate collagen production in the skin, thus helping diminish wrinkles etc. There's also a vibratory plate you stand on for some kind of passive exercise. I viewed this whole thing with great suspicion when I joined, but I decided to do some research about the red light business. I found a small study that seemed to be reasonably well designed that found some benefit. So yesterday, I decided, what the heck, I'll give it a go, twice a week for a month. But the problem turned out to be that I didn't wear my glasses into the room, and didn't read the instructions. I guess one of the meds I'm taking may be photo-reactive. I'm not hurting or burnt today, so that's a win. I'll do a better job of reading the directions next time! I'll check in later with any new information.
Moanday it is, but make it moan louder as you make it happen, friends!
It's something like this.
You simply attach lengths of pipe as necessary as you hammer it deeper using one of these until you reach water.
ETA: After it's in, you'd need one of these.
If your water table is relatively shallow, and your ground isn't solid rock, it might work out "well" for you. Heh.
(I just picked these at random from quick Amazon searches. You might want to do a little comparison shopping before purchasing anything. I will tell ya, though, it sure is cool to see actual clean, clear water start flowing from a well you put in yourself.)
>I think I'm just gonna bite the bullet and get the t-posts.
Hope I don’t offend you by offering a few unsolicited suggestions. If you’ve been researching, you’ve probably read deer can jump high, but they can’t jump high and wide. We have exterior property fencing (wood post/rail) about 5.5 ft high. I’ve watched deer walk right up to it and just hop over from a dead stop. That’s why I mentioned electric (I know, more $$$.) But once you’ve spent the money on the first fence, t-posts give you the opportunity to easily add an additional deterrent if necessary at relatively low cost.
Also, try to beg/borrow/buy this thing called a t-post driver or pounder. My husband’s removed a thumbnail and cussed a lot when using a sledge hammer on t-posts. This doo-hickey has reduced the cussing factor and allowed me much quicker husband-provided fence rearranging. ;-}
Bottle rockets were how it started. Of course, as the fat, slow kid I got hit more often. Then I realized these + one of these = 13 year old's grenade launcher and I RULED THE STREET!