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Old 05-09-2013, 01:09 PM   #16
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Jackhammer to breakup fence post concrete - how powerful?


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Yeah, only 35#. I've only used a 15# before. I can only imagine what a pneumatic feels like. I'll worry about that when the driveway starts to fall apart.

Way better than a sledgehammer though.
I think when the driveway gives, you should think about something like a bobcat with the attachment to bust up the concrete. Then just flip around and use the bucket to load the pieces into a dump truck?

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Old 05-12-2013, 06:33 PM   #17
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Was it an electric 35#?? If so, those things really are nothing. I grew up around a 105# Thor air hammer hooked to a tow-behind air compressor. That thing would kick your azz after a few hours............


Like jomama said,you could call yourself a man after spending a day on one of those,here is something similar at 90#


http://www.waresdirect.com/products/...rackURL=nextag

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