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« on: October 25, 2015, 11:35:49 pm »

Whats everyone using for sledgehammers?

When you miss the double head of those Hogan 4 foot stakes and the head of the stake hits the sledge handle man does it chew them up and eventually snaps over time.
http://www.wiltontools.com/us/en/b-a-s-h-striking-tools/

I seen this one but figure even after a few misses it'll still chew up the rubberized coating around the head of the handle. I thought I seen one that had steel around the base near the hammers head.

I have a stake driver on my jack hammer but in some places the grounds soft not desert rock and can be put in with a hammer.

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« Reply #1 on: October 27, 2015, 04:09:23 pm »

Whats everyone using for sledgehammers?

When you miss the double head of those Hogan 4 foot stakes and the head of the stake hits the sledge handle man does it chew them up and eventually snaps over time.
http://www.wiltontools.com/us/en/b-a-s-h-striking-tools/

I seen this one but figure even after a few misses it'll still chew up the rubberized coating around the head of the handle. I thought I seen one that had steel around the base near the hammers head.

I have a stake driver on my jack hammer but in some places the grounds soft not desert rock and can be put in with a hammer.

Thanks,
Chaz


For me there is only one the Peter Gabriel sledgehammer.    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OJWJE0x7T4Q


I use the rubber hand ones.......... but they do fall apart after sometime

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