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Duckbill DS-40 3/8" x 20" Steel Drive Rod

Duckbill DS-40 3/8" x 20" Steel Drive Rod
SKU: MCP-F830902MPN: F830902
$12.00
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Product Description

Used in combination with a small sledge hammer, this driver rod is made from solid steel and helps you to sink the Duckbill anchor into the ground. Intended for use with the smallest 1/16" Duckbill (#40).


View the compatibility chart below to select the right drive rod for your Duckbill anchor(s).


40-DB1

1/16" Cable

68-DB1

1/8" Cable

88-DB1

1/4" Cable

138-DB1

5/16" Cable

* Ideally, Power Drive Steel is used with a jack hammer for the Model 138 size, but we have many customers that use the DS-88 3/4" Drive Rod.

Specifications

MPN
F830902
Model
DS-40
Size
3/8" x 20"
Type
Duckbill
Color
Silver
Weight (lbs)
0.75

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