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Default Remove Fence posts the easy way

Very impressive. Wish I had known this trick a few years back.

The Easy way to remove fence posts with a tire, chain and truck.

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Default Re: Pull Fence posts the easy way

Doesn't look like the posts were that secure to begin with, especially the second one. I've done better with a bumper jack and chain.
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Default Re: Remove Fence posts the easy way

I had a sisxside on a trailer and used its winch to pull straight up one time. at home I use the tractor bucket and lift.
thanks to u tube you can find out lots of things
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Default Re: Remove Fence posts the easy way

I've seen other videos using the rim only.
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Default Re: Remove Fence posts the easy way

Tractor with a 3-point hitch and a chain. Suckers snatch right out.
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Default Re: Remove Fence posts the easy way

I've used a reinforced pallet leaning against the post at a 45* angle in the same way.
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Default Re: Remove Fence posts the easy way

It's getting them IN that's a problem.
There is always a rock where you want one.

I've given up even trying to get even spacing ; just a straight line would be nice.

I built a pole barn thing a few years ago. We used an auger on a tractor. Good thing it was just a crazy do it myself deal and not something serious that required proper spacing.
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