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Replacing wood with iron. The ground here is all rock, and I’m too lazy to use a breaker bar. Renting an auger to dig out the post holes. 

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3 hours ago, Robocop1051 said:

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just finished my fence. 

Hell yes, brother...   That song, though...   "How do I get my tomahawk back?..."

GET IT BACK?   Nobody is taking mine from me in the first place.  If they can get it, then it means I damn sure don't need it anymore, forever...  :banana:

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3 minutes ago, 98Z5V said:

Hell yes, brother...   That song, though...   "How do I get my tomahawk back?..."

GET IT BACK?   Nobody is taking mine from me in the first place.  If they can get it, then it means I damn sure don't need it anymore, forever...  :banana:

you're gonna get it back when they are on the ground..

 

14 minutes ago, Robocop1051 said:

Replacing wood with iron. The ground here is all rock, and I’m too lazy to use a breaker bar. Renting an auger to dig out the post holes. 

rocks and augers.. watch your self from doing the human helicopter!! 

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tip of the trades.. get you a highlift jack and loosen the dirt around your concrete post.. sinch the post as close as possible to the base, with a heavy cable or bike lock chain , chain with hooks or a heavey lock.. set the jack as close to the edge of the concrete base as possible and on a ( suggested 4x4 post.) jack that whole thing out! watch your fingers and use leverage! once it gets loose just roll back with the jack. use the same holes.

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good shits.

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