1997 - Volume #21, Issue #6, Page #08[ Sample Stories From This Issue | List of All Stories In This Issue | Print this story | Read this issue]
One-Man T-Post Jack
The "Post Jack" has a 4-ft. long handle for leverage, a "bill" that hooks onto the wire lugs on the T-post, and a stand. One end of the handle has a slot that matches the "T" on the post.
The jack stays parallel to the post so the post is pulled straight up. When there's only 4 to 5 in. of post left in the ground you can slide the bill up and over the top of the post, then lift out the post by hand.
"It's built rugged and will last a lifetime," says Williams. "It weighs less than 15 lbs. The 4-ft. handle is made from 1-in. dia. pipe and provides a lot of leverage. If you have a bent post in the fence that you want to straighten out, you can simply remove the clips that hold the wire to the post and then jack the post out."
Sells for $39.95 plus S&H. A 19-lb. model equipped with a 1 1/4-in. dia. handle is also available at the same price.
Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, George Williams, 1500 S. Columbus Ave., Sp. # 43, Goldendale, Wash. 98620 (ph 509 773-4870).
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