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  • Our engine has analyzed and discovered that 74.1% of the reviews are reliable.
  • This product had a total of 28 reviews as of our last analysis date on Sep 22 2019.
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Works perfect and cheaper than tractor supply

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Pretty much does what it says. No real instructions with it other than generic safety warnings but you can tell by the pictures...  Read More

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Works perfect and cheaper than tractor supply


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    Posted by a reviewer on Amazon

    Sure its a t-post puller but this thing was cheap and looked simple so i figured it would be really rugged.


    Posted by a reviewer on Amazon

    We figured that the posts needed around 1500lb of pull force to come out because we used a cheater bar onto the arm of this thing.


    Posted by a reviewer on Amazon

    Oh we also had to shim the jaw with 1/4 thick angle iron and the angle iron on the 90degree bend got bent.


    Posted by a reviewer on Amazon

    No real instructions with it other than generic safety warnings but you can tell by the pictures on the box.


    Posted by a reviewer on Amazon

    I guess i am not strong enough, but it got all of mine out.

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