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98E Basic T- Post Driver

Easy to use one person fence post driver. Runs off of any small air compressor that delivers at least 2.5 CFM at 90 PSI. Runs off air set at 70-75 PSI. The fence post driver’s compact size is ideal for remote locations and tight spots. Drives t posts without bending. Pounds posts wherever a hand driver will work, 80-85 strokes per minute. See the Man Saver Post DriverTM at work video.

  • Weight: 26 lbs 
  • Capacities: Round post – 5/8” or 1-1/4” | Square/rectangular posts – up to 1-1/4" across 2 widest points (cross corner diagonal). Requires special adapter.
  • Includes: Basic tool with T-post sleeve
To order parts, contact us at 1-800-980-7599.
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  1. The name is right on!

    Posted by Art Porter on 15th Apr 2014

    I couldn't have done the work without it. Great design. Well made. Saves both back and heart.

  2. For an old guy way cheeper than they recovery cost.

    Posted by Blaine Sorenson on 2nd Apr 2013

    As I get older I realize that things that I used to easily do are now harder and take a lot more time to recover from. This driver takes 90% of the work out of driving t-post. I had to drive some post near some small fir trees, when I hit a root I would let it drive for about a minute and generally drove thru the root. To keep the post plumb I bought a $6.00 plastic post level and affixed it to the driver.

  3. So much easier than manual

    Posted by Randy Russell on 18th Mar 2013

    Put the driver to work as soon as I got it. Worked great. You have to check plumb to make sure you're staying straight, but drives t-posts so much faster and easier than a manual driver. This driver is a very welcome tool in my barn.

  4. It's a rocky road, but it works!

    Posted by Bob Hataway on 3rd Feb 2013

    In southwest Missouri, digging a hole is close to impossible, and sinking a t post by hand is not a easy chore. Getting 2 or 3 in the ground is considered a good day. I'm not going to say that setting a t post with my new post driver is fault free, because it's not. But out of a day's work, we set 30 posts without much of a problem. We did have to pound a few holes with an iron rod to break a rock or two, but after 4 hours and 30 poles set, I was a happy camper. Air usage amazed me. I've got a small compressor and it kept up with the tool with no problem. A couple more miles of fence and I'll be done and the post driver is definitely a mansaver.

  5. Great tool and time saver

    Posted by Jim C on 2nd Feb 2013

    I borrowed a driver from a neighbor and liked it so much I decided to get my own. It works good and saves a lot of time and soreness the next few days. I only had trouble with one style of fence post which is the old CF&I steel post. It doesn't fit in the reciever very well so at times I have to drive these old post by hand. Over all I like the driver.

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