Yescom 2 Stroke 32.7cc Gas Powered T Post Driver 1.2HP Gasoline Petrol Pile Driver Portable Lightweight w/ EPA Certificated

7 reviews - By: Yescom

Yescom 2 Stroke 32.7cc Gas Powered T Post Driver 1.2HP Gasoline Petrol Pile Driver Portable Lightweight w/ EPA Certificated
MSRP : $800.95

Sale : $271.95
Sold & shipped by Yescom USA, Inc.
Features:- Fast - drives T-Posts in seconds- Powered by 2-stroke motor, meets the EPA certification standards- Internal vibration dampening for comfort use- Portable and lightweight for easy handling and convenient transport- Widely used in the garden, agriculture, geophysical exploration, construction and moreSpecification:- Displacement: 32.7CC- Impact Frequency: 1700-2230 min-1- Impact Energy: 25-45J- Max Power and Speed: 900w (1.2HP) and 9000r/min- Max Torque and Speed: 1.45N.m and 5000r/min- Engine Type: single cylinder, air cooling, 2 stroke- Fuel Type: mixed oil (25 gasoline: 1 motor oil)- Fuel Tank Capacity: 0.9L- Fuel Consumption Rate: ≤0.5L/h- Carburetor Type: MZ10.7- Spark Plug Type: L6T- Starter System: Hand pull start- Overall Dimension(with Sleeves): 13-2/5"L x 9-4/5"W x 29-1/2"H- Weight: 34Lbs- Inner Piling Heads Size: Φ53mm & Φ67mm; - Sleeves Size: Φ55mm & Φ69mmPackage Content:- 1x Pile Driver- 2x Inner Piling Heads- 2x Sleeves- 1x Lubricating Grease- 1x Oil Can(empty)- 1x Tool kit- 1x Manual
  • Powered by 2-stroke motor, meets the EPA certification standards
  • Impact Energy: 25-45J;Impact Frequency: 1700-2230 min-1;Max Power and Speed: 900w (1.2HP) and 9000r/min;Max Torque and Speed: 1.45N.m and 5000r/min;Weight: 34Lbs
  • Fuel Type: mixed oil (25 gasoline: 1 motor oil); Fuel Tank Capacity: 0.9L;Overall Dimension(with Piling Head): 13-2/5"L x 9-4/5"W x 29-1/2"H
  • Portable and lightweight for easy handling and convenient transport

HomeGym

Very Disappointing

I with there was a zero rating. One is too generous. I will start with a positive comment. Shipping was fast. We had a little over 2 inches of rain in 3 days so I thought a machine like this would drive the t posts into the ground with ease. Boy was I wrong. Here's the bottom line. I drove the posts into the ground manually with little effort. This machine was not able to drive a single post into the ground more than a couple of inches. It was working because I could hear the driver hitting the top of the t post. I took out the "trouble shooting" instructions, but they were so poorly written that I came to the conclusion that it was easier to do all 300 t posts manually instead of messing with this machine. I'm only out $285 and it was a great workout pounding the t posts. My mother's words keep echoing in my head..."if something it too good to be true then it probably is." Seems about right for this purchase. Don't waste your money on this.

Tango550

T post driver

I shopped the Internet for a T post driver and saw some as much as $2000 more than this one. I was a little skeptical at first but Walmart was actually $150 less than other sellers of this same item. So far I have driven over 400 posts and it's worked flawlessly. If you hit a root, give the post a couple of taps with a hand driver then continue with gas driver. Starts easily and uses hardly any fuel. Just had an issue putting the driver head on. If you get one hold the shaft with a pair of vice grips and tap the driver head on.

beatle4444

works great

NEEDS BETTER INSTRUCTIONS--getting it adjusted for the correct speed is a pain, but when accomplished--labor saving tool great for me since to old to pound by hand---did what it needed to do--all members of family used it--no problem

Borrhee

works great

It works good.

Dissatisfied

Bad machine

Would not drive post in hard ground, quit running after a few hours and would not start again.