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Hayguy

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In keeping with Trinity Man's post http://www.vectorpowerdrive.com/news/tracker-post-driver-launched/

My Grandfather and Redbrand are rolling in their graves. Or possibly building fence with one of these in heaven.
 

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bverellen said:
That's the problem with kids today, nothing to keep them busy!! :wink:

bart.


no, this is what you get when the kids get smart enough to move away, and your still left doing the work :help:
 

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Either of those would be nice to operate. But I would say the price tag is awfully heavy.
 

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Trinity man said:
Dreaming tools is what I always call these things. But they would be nice to have :) .

I kind of have a though process...Definitly would be nice to be able to afford one...but if I could afford one why would I want one... LOL
 

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gcreekrch said:
No rocks, wet ground and hardpan a long way down makes it easy doesn't it?




http://www.vectorpowerdrive.com/post-driver-mini/

or is it so soft you can just press them in?

when ever we got in those conditions, Grandad would start looking for bigger post's :mad: :mad: :D
 

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http://www.wheatheart.com/products.aspx?x=yWf3k12BOHNR8mLkecdMQdC9N3%2b8ex66



another dream tool! or a lotto tool :lol: :lol:

i recall Faster Horses looking for a wheatheart, did she ever find one?
 

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hayguy said:
gcreekrch said:
No rocks, wet ground and hardpan a long way down makes it easy doesn't it?




http://www.vectorpowerdrive.com/post-driver-mini/

or is it so soft you can just press them in?

when ever we got in those conditions, Grandad would start looking for bigger post's :mad: :mad: :D


We have a vibrator that mounts on the excavator. Works good, you can probe a pilot hole with it also. Will post a photo someday when we're fencing.
 

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gcreekrch said:
No rocks, wet ground and hardpan a long way down makes it easy doesn't it?

Is there ground that actually has no rocks, contains moisture and the hardpan starts at a depth greater than at the surface? :???: That would be my dream. :D :wink:
 

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leanin' H said:
gcreekrch said:
No rocks, wet ground and hardpan a long way down makes it easy doesn't it?

Is there ground that actually has no rocks, contains moisture and the hardpan starts at a depth greater than at the surface? :???: That would be my dream. :D :wink:

Come on up dream boy. It will be one hit fencing this year. (or the tractor bucket)
 

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per said:
leanin' H said:
gcreekrch said:
No rocks, wet ground and hardpan a long way down makes it easy doesn't it?

Is there ground that actually has no rocks, contains moisture and the hardpan starts at a depth greater than at the surface? :???: That would be my dream. :D :wink:

Come on up dream boy. It will be one hit fencing this year. (or the tractor bucket)


I wouldn't arm H with anything more than a post maul Per. You wouldn't want the blame of sending him home spoiled would you? :lol:
 

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If I were to ever roam away from here, you'd probably end up wishing you didn't invite me. :shock: I'd see how you high falutin', soft dirt ranchers live in tall cotton all the time and I wouldn't want to leave. :wink: :D
 

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leanin' H said:
If I were to ever roam away from here, you'd probably end up wishing you didn't invite me. :shock: I'd see how you high falutin', soft dirt ranchers live in tall cotton all the time and I wouldn't want to leave. :wink: :D

Somehow I don't see much difficulty with that scenario. :wink:
 

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