Originally Posted by sparky This is gonna make you cry: You can do this anywhere along the rod you want. When this attachment gets near the ground, loosen it, move everything up, tighten it down again, and continue driving. Originally Posted by MDShunk. Page 2 of 4 First 1 2 3 4 Last Jump to page:
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Originally Posted by sparky. This is gonna make you cry: I got a Hilti AVR with two ground rod drivers.
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Start a hole and then pour water into it. It’s like using a 20 lb sledge hammer that doesn’t miss. Thread Tools Show Printable Version.
All times are GMT The new Bosch Drill I bought – and posted – a few weeks ago was stolen by hilti te 905 ground rod low life the other day, So I am now once again in the market for a cordless. All the Bosch The water seems to lube the clay soil and helps the rod go in. I don’t do anything different with it than I did with the previous 18 volts I used.
All times are GMT Page 1 of 2. I have the DeWalt 24v hammer drill. I don’t really recognize the drive splines. Originally Posted by renosteinke. No matter what your specialty is you’ll find that ElectricianTalk.
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Originally Posted by Speedy Petey. Doesn’t need power or a ladder. Our friends at Northern are selling this: In clay, try water. Not my first choice in drills. Originally Posted by hillbilly1. But it has been doing great.
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I use the 18v milwaukee tools and haven’t had any problems. Picture didn’t work, maybe will repost it. Thought I’d take a few pix to show you how I drive ground rods.
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For tougher jobs, I’ll transition to first a roto-hammer, then a jackhammer, with rod-driving bit. The time now is Even in the most difficult situations, I’ve never taken more then 2 minutes to drive a rod. While pricey they last and last.
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