Forget breaking pegs, trying to bash them into hard ground.
The Pilot Point attachment will bore a pilot hole in hard and extremely hard ground, allowing you to drive the pegs without breaking them or going of course.
You can now drive pegs into ground previously unable to be driven.
Four models of Pilot Point attachments
As with the PegDriver, the Pilot Point comes in 4 different models to attach to whichever concrete breaker you use.
The below table tell you which model Pilot Point you need to buy to fit your concrete breaker.
| Pegdriver model || Breaker model || Weight || Joules |
| A ||Bosch GSH27 ||29kg ||60 |
|Bosch BRUT ||32kg ||60+ |
|Makita HM1810 ||32 ||63 |
|Hitachi H905B ||32 ||55 |
|Dewalt D2598-EX ||32 ||68 |
| B ||Makita HM1317C ||17 ||33.8 |
|Hitachi H65SB2 ||16.5 ||42 |
|Bosch GSH 16-30 ||16.5 ||45 |
| C ||Hilti TE 1500-AVR ||14.2 ||30 at point |
| D ||Hilti TE 3000-AVR ||29.9 ||68 |
If you don’t yet have a Concrete breaker we highly recommend using only concrete breakers with a minimum of 40 Joules of impact power at the hammer point and a breaker that is a minimum of 14kg’s in weight.