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Driver for electric fence posts is helpful

I welded a steel cap and handle onto one end of a section of light-duty 1¼-inch angle iron and a footstep onto the other end. This lets me just use my body weight on the step to drive electric fence posts into the ground. I find I don’t need to remove insulators when moving posts from one location to another, so besides saving labor, this also saves time. 

Don Hewitt of Beloit, Kansas

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