I'd like a 3/4" pipe driver
I happened across around 70 10' long 3/4" pipe, and bought them for property corners. Now, when you cut up these With chop saw, or pipe cutter, a little ridge is formed inside the pipe. After pounding them in, it's a bit hard to install a cap. Years ago, we'd pull the pipe out, and flip it over. Well, this in Arkansas. Lots of rocks. Hard to pound, hard to pull, turn over, and re pound it.
So, if I had a little tapered piece of hard steel, with a collar, slightly larger than the pipe, that I could stick in the top, then while pounding it would remove the bur from the inside, while preparing it for a cap.
Do you know of anybody who sells a device like this? Or do I go to the welder to get one made?
Try a high impact deep well socket
Use a drill bit a little smaller then wobble it around a bit to shine up the inside. Nice rainy day project. Stick pipe in vise, then wobble away.
I'm pretty sure you can sue this on 3/4" stock. It's a bit pricey, but I'm sure it won't ever break.