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Does anyone know if there is an attachment for driving wood 2x2 pegs and sidewalk pins with a demo hammer? I have seen this done with ground rods but can't find anything for pegs.
 

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oooo.... I might have to go out and weld something up.

Thanks for the idea:thumbsup:
 

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TimelessQuality said:
oooo.... I might have to go out and weld something up.

Thanks for the idea:thumbsup:
Works nice in frozen ground with steel stakes. I lent mine out to my dad which reminds me I need to get that back.
 

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Gary H said:
Works nice in frozen ground with steel stakes. I lent mine out to my dad which reminds me I need to get that back.
Where did you get the bit? Did you have to make one?
 

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Where did you get the bit? Did you have to make one?
I took a ground rod driver and used that for the shaft. Then took a steel pipe that fit the round stake , I think I used 3/4" black pipe or 1" then welded a nut on one end. Took a grade 8 bolt and threaded and welded it to the nut. Cut off the Hex End and fit it to the rod driver. Instead of welding it I drilled a hole though both and inserted a nail. Allows to change for steel stakes or ground rod.

You maybe able to weld it instead of a pin , but so far its working good.
 

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Get hole saw large enough to cover the stake, , put a 1/2" bolt , washers & double nut bolt so shaft of bolt sticks out, use ground rod driver to drive bolt , Hole saw keeps driver centered on the stake. I used this for driving posts on a chain link dog run. ay have to tighten the nuts every so often.
 
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