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PGD2875

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$459.95

  • 1,500-2,000 beats-per-minute

  • Weighs 30 pounds making it the lightest gas-powered driver available

  • Powered by 1.3 horsepower, 4-stroke engine

  • 100% self-contained

  • Handles are designed for comfort

  • Simple recoil pull start with trigger throttle and integrated stop button
Item #: PGD2875
Powerful and portable light-duty driver. Easy to lift, move, and carry down the fence line. Drives posts in half the time of a manual driver. 3¼" barrel accepts posts up to 3" in diameter.

Includes 1" and 2" adapter sleeves for driving posts, rods, or rebar smaller than 2" in diameter. Comes with tool kit for servicing and a protective storage case.

  • Weighs 30 pounds making it the lightest gas-powered driver available
  • 1,500-2,000 beats-per-minute
  • Powered by 1.3 horsepower, 4-stroke engine
  • 100% self-contained
  • Handles are designed for comfort
  • Simple recoil pull start with trigger throttle and integrated stop button
Hammer Direct Drive
Impact 1,500-2,000 B.P.M.
Controls Manual
Max Post Diameter 3"
Warranty Years 1
Weight 45
Additional Handling No
Unit of Measure EACH

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Lightweight and Easy to use Review by Terry
The PGD2875 is lightweight and easy for me to use. I installed t-posts around my garden with this driver, and I am planning on adding a small pasture for goats. I can’t wait to see how it holds up with all-day use. This driver has a simple design that makes it easy to figure out right away. The posts went in quickly and easily making my day a whole lot easier. I highly recommend this driver for anyone looking for an easy-to-use, lightweight, portable driver for small jobs around the farm! (Posted on 1/20/2017)
3 out of : Not recommended for diving 7ft posts 3ft into summertime Georgia clay. Review by GRickG
PGD2875 Driver's impact drive train broke withihn 100 posts. Titan quickly repaired under warranty and returned within two weeks.

We drove about 100 T-posts in five & a half four-hour half-days (It’s HOT in GA), lubing at initial assembly & twice since. The PGD2875 broke two hours into day six. The duty cycle was about 50%. At a quick glance, the top of the impact connecting rod (#38) & needle bearing (#37) disintegrated off the crank (#36). The gearbox grease was full of pieces. (Posted on 12/31/2016)

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