Re: T Post Driver
I've done a couple of stretches with a 345 hoe and a lot with a skid steer. That being said, don't do it. The risk of injury is pretty good. Someone holds post till bucket makes contact, then lets go as post goes in. Unless the post shifts a little, guy grabs it to slide it back, bucket still going down, gets hit on shoulder. Or, fence post hits rock, breaks, and hits one of the crew. (or worse, scratches the paint) Lots can go wrong. The safest set up with a small tractor, other than hand driving, is to weld a pipe onto a 3 pt. frame so the fence post is incapsulated inside for 6-8 inches.