Titan PGD3200X

Titan PGD3200X

Powered by a Honda GX35, 1.3hp* engine this new Titan Driver is designed to be versatile. The X Series Drivers allow you to customize the driver, depending on your task by attaching handle kit(s) (PGDLHKX, PGDTHKX, PGDSHKX, PGDLHKX) providing comfort, control and safety when driving from different positions while still allowing access to the integrated top carrying handle. The Titan X Series 3 1/4" heavy duty threaded steel barrel and barrel cap design makes changing reducer sleeves fast and secure. The PGD3200X accommodates up to 3 1/8" diameter pipe, and posts. Included is a 2 1/2" adapter reducer sleeve (PGDMRS250X) for driving smaller posts and stakes. Additional reducer sleeves are available.

This post driver is 100% self-contained, easy to lift, move, and carry down the fence line. No hoses or compressors. Drives posts in half the time and less physical effort of a manual driver. Assembled and serviced in the USA. Comes complete with rugged poly carry case, extra grease, and tool kit for servicing.

Product Features

  • Weighs 45 lbs.

  • Designed to work with the Titan Comfort Grip Handle Kit (PGDLHKX), Titan Top-Throttle Kit (PGDTHKX), Titan Extension Handle Kit (PGDSHKX-15", PGDSHKX-30")

  • Offers up to 1,850 beats-per-minute

  • Powered by 1.3 horsepower* GX35 Honda 4-stroke engine

  • 100% self-contained

  • High-quality sealed bearings and Viton O-rings for long tool life

  • Internal dampening springs to lessen vibration to the operator

  • Handles are designed for comfort

  • Throttle with on-off auto reset button and trigger throttle

  • Simple recoil pull start

  • Threaded barrel and cap design holds sleeves securely

  • Limited lifetime warranty on the hammer

  • Engine warranty provided by Honda

*The power rating of the engine indicated in this document is the net power output tested on a production engine for the engine model and measured in accordance with SAE J1349 at 3600 rpm. Mass production engines may vary from this value. Actual power output for the engine installed in the final machine will vary depending on numerous factors, including the operating speed of the engine application, environmental conditions, maintenance, and other variables. 
Note: M4 engines are rated at 7000 rpm.