A snaplink can improvised into a T-Post Puller
I needed to pull some old T-posts out of the ground where I used to have a chicken run. I want to use them down at Dual Homestead, and new ones cost over $6 new.
To reuse my T-Posts I needed a cheap DIY T-Post Puller, as the commercial one I wanted to buy a little metal T-Post puller for $20 as the post poppers cost upwards of $50, but all the CO-OPs around here close at noon on Saturday.
Looking around the workbench I found a cheap solution. I used a couple of shackles, a little bit of chain, and a large snap link.
I was very pleased at how well this Cheap DIY T-Post Puller worked. It did not bend a single post, and they all came out nice. Of course the one T-Post I did on camera was where I had the old Rabbit cage, so the dirt was a lot softer. In the back the old coop was in the drain field. This meant there were a lot of rocks in and around the posts, so they were a little harder to pull out.