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5/8 in. and 3/4 in. Hammer Steel SDS-MAX Ground Rod Driver

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  • Drives 5/8 and 3/4 in. ground rods below surface;not for concrete
  • For use with SDS-max combination rotary and demolition hammers
  • Made of hammer steel for heavy-duty use on clay and soil
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Plunging an 8 ft. or 4 ft. ground rod into the earth takes some extra oomph. Bosch helps you accomplish this important electrical task with the Steel Ground Rod Driver for SDS Max demolition hammers. At 10 in. long and constructed with high-speed steel, this durable device is designed to drive 5/8 in. and 3/4 in. ground rods below the surface so you can safeguard expensive equipment from electrical shock.
  • For driving ground rod
  • For heavy-duty use
  • Not intended for use in concrete
  • Fits Bosch SDS-MAX hammers, competitive SDS-MAX driver hammers and Hilti hammers using TE-Y and TE-FY shanks (sold separately)
  • Helps you comply with NEC and UL ground rod standards
  • Material application: clay and soil
  • Includes: 1-SDS-MAX ground rod driver
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Not just a ground rod driver!
I bought this to drive 3/4"x36" and 48" long steel stakes for landscaping projects. It works great for this even in my heavy clay soil.
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sds max bit only good for driving 3/4" ground rods
bosch says its designed to drive both 5/8" and 3/4" ground rods. the inside diameter of the socket is 7/8" making it difficult to control your sds max hammer drill when driving 5/8" ground rods. This can cause the top of the rod to mushroom thereby also making it difficult to place a standard 5/8" ground rod clamp. the technical specifications are a bit off in the description: overall length is 10" inside diameter is 7/8" (outside diameter is 1.5") inside depth of the socket is almost 3" i'd pass on this unless you only use 3/4" ground rods. on a side note if you're driving just one or two ground rods i'd use the garden hose trick and drive it in with your hands. much cheaper, safer (no standing on a ladder with heavy tools), and much quieter. you wont believe how easy it is; i did one in 5 minutes. look it up on youtube under "driving a ground rod".
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Driving it home.
The driver worked perfect.
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