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Duckbill DS-68 1/2" x 36" Steel Drive RodDuckbill DS-68 1/2" x 36" Steel Drive Rod

Duckbill DS-68 1/2" x 36" Steel Drive Rod

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  • Used in combination with a small or medium sledge hammer, this driver rod is made from solid steel and helps you to sink the Duckbill anchor into the ground. Our customers have used this on the 1/8" Duckbill (#68) and the 1/4" Duckbill (#88), depending upon the soil conditions.

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