This is the first time I've used these stakes for fence supports. I have used them in the past to grow large vines on but not as a fence post. Theres an area where a retaining wall drops off. So for safety I installed some wire welded fencing. They worked out real well. I drived them two feet into the ground and attached the wire fence with these special wire clips.
I collected the needed tools like the post driver, wire cutter and players to bend the clips. And a pair of eat muffs as driving the t-posts can be noisy.
I drived the t-posts in with a few good whacks from that tool. The thing looks like a battering ram.. haha
After all four posts were driven in two feet into the ground I measured how much wire welded fence I needed. And cut a little less than fifteen feet. I had to buy a hundred feet of it as it was their smallest size for a four foot tall fence.
I was suprised I was able to complete it in a little over an hour. I was expecting to run into issues. But glad I did not.