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I need an attachment to a electric jack hammer that you can drive 2x4 stakes into the ground with to set up forms for concrete to be poured. the sleve needs to fit a 2x4. Does anybody make anything like this?

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Hi

You can buy the attachments from the following links:

Demolition Jack Hammer Attachments 1

Demolition Jack Hammer Attachments 2

Demolition Jack Hammer Attachments 3

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Posted on Jun 20, 2009

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