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Old 11-25-2012, 03:58 PM   #1
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How to remove a timber post without having the need to use a breaker?


Hi Guys.

I am just wondering if their is a tool you can use to remove timber or concrete posts from the ground with having the need of using a breaker?

Can anyone help?







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How to remove a timber post without having the need to use a breaker?


Go back and reread your post, it's confusing.
Breaker?

Here's a bunch of different post pullers.
http://www.bing.com/images/search?q=...ller&FORM=IGRE

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Kango, breaker... that breaks concrete??
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How to remove a timber post without having the need to use a breaker?


It's never easy removing posts. What does this post support, where is it at on your property?

BTW it is really worthwhile to click on that post puller link. I never knew there was such a variety.
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Go back and reread your post, it's confusing.
Breaker?

Here's a bunch of different post pullers.
http://www.bing.com/images/search?q=...ller&FORM=IGRE
Ayuh,... 'cause he's spammin' 'is website....



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How to remove a timber post without having the need to use a breaker?


Take an old tire or rim, hook a chain at the base of the post above the ground.
Run the chain over the tire standing up next to the post.
hook the other end of the chain to your truck.
The tire acts as a fulcrum, and the post with enough pull will come right out

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