99E-M Man Saver Post Driver 2 - 7/8" Outside Diameter

$750.00
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Post Type:
Round Post
Post Size:
Up to 2 7/8 inch Diameter
Air Compressor Type:
Under 100 PSI 3.5 CFM
99E-M Man Saver Post Driver 2 - 7/8" Outside Diameter
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99E-M Man Saver Post Driver 2 - 7/8" Max Outside Diameter

This post driver runs off any small air compressor that delivers at least 3.5 CFM at 100 PSI. Runs off air set at 90-100 PSI. Heavy duty construction. 60-70 strokes per minute.

 

  • Weight: 38 lbs
  • Capacities: Round post – 2-7/8" Outside Diameter | Square/rectangular post – up to 2-7/8" (cross corner diagonal). Adapters available for square or shaped posts. 
  • Includes: Basic tool with one sleeve (maximum round). Replacement sleeves available as needed.
To order parts, contact us at 1-800-980-7599.

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  • 5
    99E-M Driver

    Posted by Wally on 27th Mar 2018

    Purchased this driver after many months of internet researching all the different types out there.
    My primary use is driving drill casing pipe 2 7/8 into hard red clay. I did buy the t-post attachment too. So far I put up a 1000' of fence with several gates. During the fence install I drove about 20 pipes with it. Minimum depth 3' and maximum 5' with no problems. Average time for each post about 10 minutes. Only problems were user error. Even though machine is relatively easy to use, like anything experience goes a long way. After about 5 post I felt very comfortable using it. I bought the inline oiler, happy I did. Keeping it oiled with the proper oil is key.
    Although I had help on most of the pipes, i did drive several by myself including a couple of 9' pipes that I drove 5' into the ground (I am 54). They took about 22 minutes. Very happy with machine.

  • 1
    DID NOT WORK IN CLAY EARTH

    Posted by Unknown on 10th Dec 2012

    Bought the 99E-M , but was not able to drive it more than 10-11 feet, it stops and won't go beyond.

    Tried few hole and lost 4 wellpoints.

    I guess it's made for sand not any other type of earth.

    have to sell it

  • 5
    This driver gives you the best bang for your buck!

    Posted by Peter Janzen, Letterperfect Signcraft. on 29th Oct 2012

    The Rohrer post pounder performed as promised and sure beats a sledge hammer if you have a lot of posts.We had 70 - 48" steel "U" channel post stubs for traffic signs to drive 34" into varying soil conditions since it was a construction site. In most instances the average driving time was 2-3 minutes. In 7 or 8 locations we found that we had to use a sledge hammer to finish driving the post,which tells me that the heavier Model might have been better for our situation. Over-all, this driver is the most cost beneficial unit on the market, and the support from Maudie was outstanding.