Pulling T-posts can often be difficult, but rancher John Walter built a tool that makes the job easy. He used 1.5-inch steel tubing to build the puller. The base is 30 inches tall and is welded onto a stand to keep the puller from sinking into the ground when used. The handle is 42 inches long and extends 8 inches from the stand, with a 9-inch chain attached. The puller attaches to a T-post with a “hook” cut from 3/8-inch metal that is 4 inches by 5 inches. A 2-inch by 3-inch square is cut into the hook to attach the puller to a T-post. Walter estimates the puller cost $35 to build.