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Sizes types and Mfg. of Ground Rod Driver that fit D25900 Type 2 Demolition Hammer

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PGD 97-0603-625 (for 5/8" rod)
PGD 97-0603-750 (for 3/4" rod)

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30 Possum Circle
Norwalk, CT 06854

Tel: (800) 448-2912
Tel: (203) 853-7698
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