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Wood Post Puller with Hose Shutoff


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  • Constructed of rugged 5/8 inch diameter steel on the main shaft, the Wood Post Puller measures 8 inches wide and 34 inches long - enough reach for all common residential privacy fence posts. With a swivel hose connection and rubberized handles for comfort, the Wood Post Puller specialty tool and method are engineered and manufactured in the USA (US Patent 8,250,787).
  • Now bundled with a hose-end shutoff for easy control of water flow at the spike tool. Wood Post Puller UPC #0736846799661
  • The innovative Wood Post Puller removes posts and concrete stumps in just minutes without dangerous jacks and high forces. Based on the simple concept that mud is slippery, the Wood Post Puller method was developed to remove concrete footings from heavy clay when nothing else worked, it easily handles other soil conditions. No heavy equipment to damage the lawn; leaves a clean hole that is immediately ready for a replacement post. Save hours of backbreaking work and complete your fence repair today!
  • Fundamentally different than every other tool on the market - the Wood Post Puller is the only tool that works from the bottom-up to slide the post and concrete footing out of the ground on a layer of mud. Works on any post: wood posts, concrete posts, metal or steel posts, signposts, mailbox posts, chain link posts - even broken or rotten posts mounted in concrete footings. Using the pressure from your garden hose, the water jets from the specialty tool cut the dirt away from the post, creating a layer of mud, and eliminating the friction between the ground and the post.
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The best way to remove a fence post with a concrete base or footing - even if the post is broken off, the wood is rotten, or the concrete is deteriorating. Based on the simple concept that mud is slippery, the Wood Post Puller was developed to remove concrete footings from heavy clay when nothing else worked, it easily handles other soil conditions. Using the pressure from your garden hose, the water jets from the Wood Post Puller specialty tool cut the dirt away from the post, creating a layer of mud, and eliminating the friction between the ground and the post. Three simple steps that will save HOURS of backbreaking work to dig out the post. Wood Post Puller is simply the most capable method on the market - easy to use and cost effective.

Using the Wood Post Puller combined with a standard garden hose and water supply, the post is actually pushed up out of the ground by hydraulic pressure. Helped along with some simple pry bars to prevent the post from sliding back, the post almost removes itself. The tool automatically relieves suction force and actually works better in the heavy clay soil that can stop other equipment in its tracks. The Wood Post Puller is the only post puller method on the market that reduces the hold of the soil on the post base and concrete base, letting it slide easily out of the hole on a layer of mud.

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Technical Details
Part Number SV-WPP2
Product Dimensions34 x 8 x 2 inches
Item model numberSV-WPP2
ColorTool color may vary
MaterialSteel
  
Additional Information
ASINB00A9N2JMU
Best Sellers Rank #100,617 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight7 pounds
Date First AvailableNovember 19, 2012
  
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As advertised, it loosened the post right up.
Peter Kolb
If you need to quickly pull, with minimal effort, your average house fence posts, this is the tool for you.
joseph justiss
As an engineer, I respect this product and the design.
Klogger

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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Peter Kolb on July 19, 2013
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I am an old (72) guy with a bad back and wasn't looking forward rebuilding my cedar fence. I had already tried digging out a couple of posts and discovered the soil was dense, clayey and full of rocks. I was getting nowhere, so I started researching post pullers. Those I looked at all had drawbacks; most were costly and I could see I might have problems getting some of them into restricted areas. It also seemed that they all needed to attach to the post, and I knew I had several posts that were rotted off. So I was intrigued by the SawyerVentures device which I thought might work (and was cheap enought that it wouldn't kill me if it didn't.)

As advertised, it loosened the post right up. The construction of the puller probe is heavy duty, and the water injected into the soil allowed the probe to penetrate quickly to the bottom of the concrete holding the post. Then, since I was working alone, I just nailed a block on the side of the post, used a 2x4 for a lever and lifted the post right out. Where the posts were rotted off, I used the same method but ran a large eye screw into the rotted end of the post, ran a cable through the eye and around the end of the lever and lifted it out, again without assistance.

I guess the most important suggestion I can make is that you fit your hose with a shut-off coupling so you can control the water pressure while inserting the probe. This is so absolutely essential to the effective operation of the device that I would recommend that the manufacturer include such coupling with the device.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By cssmacs01 on June 29, 2014
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Best product/tool I have think I have ever bought. I only needed to insert the stake in two places on opposite sides. I then used a pry bar to wiggle the post (mine were cut off at the base of the concrete) and then what I did was hook up a come-along to a ladder over the post, drilled a small pilot hole in the fence post top and screwed in a 7/16" eye hook and it pulled right out with ease. 17 fence posts in 5hrs. I took pictures, not sure how to upload them.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Eric F Leidlein on April 23, 2014
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This item really did the job to help me get 8 posts out of the ground that were in about 3 feet deep in 8" diameter holes. Texas heavy clay soils are tough to dig, but this tool really helped me get the concrete plug out of the hole. I may use it to water my trees in the summer, as it is a great way to get water deep into the soil. In most instances, the rotted posts broke off, and I had to wrap a chain around the concrete plug and lift with a jack.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Klogger on September 24, 2013
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In the home I recently bought there were 13 posts set in concrete 3 feet deep. It was silly to say the least as there was almost no load on them. I considered renting a bobcat and attaching a chain to the posts and pull one at a time. I considered digging the posts out with a shovel (for about a milisecond). I ended up buying this item as it is a much cheaper path than renting equipment which may/may not get the job done. I used this item to loosen the clay-y soil around the posts and a shop-vac to suck out the resulting flows of mud. This worked very well to about 18" depth at which level I had a good 2 inches of dirt cleared out around the entire outside perimeter of the post. At that point I smacked the daylights out of the posts with a 10lb sledge until the concrete cracked and could be removed in pieces. I only removed the top 18" of concrete then added back into the hole some of the busted concrete to about 9" below the ground. Then covered the hole with soil. Now there are no more posts in the yard (unless we have some reason in the future to dig up the yard). So, I bought this item for about $45 + $20 for the sledge + a $30 dump in my California water bill for the month. $95 + my time to remove 13 posts is a good deal, in my opinion, compared to the alternate solutions...and there was no one driving over my nice front lawn with heavy equipment. Lastly, the item uses heavy gauge material and welds. It did not break. I thought by the 13th post pulled my harsh use would have it cracking, bending and falling apart. It is US Made and it shows. As an engineer, I respect this product and the design.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By C. J. Madson on April 12, 2014
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I was a little skeptical when I bought this. I had a 6x6 post that I sunk a few years ago to act as a pier for mounting a telescope on. It was in my observatory and I needed to get it out so I could mount something a little more sturdy in the hole. Unfortunately, I only had about a 15" x 20" hole to work around so digging was out of the question! I happened upon this, the price was right, and it came about 3 days later via USPS. It came with a plastic water shutoff valve, so if you read the other reviews, that problem is fixed now. I had my doubts when I started and my buddy thought there was no way we were getting this post out with it. It was really stuck in the hole good! We worked at it for about 45 minutes, liquifying the dirt around the outside of it. Slowly but surely, the water ate away at the outside of it and we could lift it out! What a fantastic product. I have some old fence posts I'm going to try and remove next. Definitely worth the cost.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By joseph justiss on August 26, 2013
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If you need to quickly pull, with minimal effort, your average house fence posts, this is the tool for you. I used it on my builder grade backyard fence, and I could pull up many of the posts with my own two hands after this tool was applied. Worth it!
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