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52 cement posts and need one more

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George Marsh

09-17-2012 11:52:26
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Who ever said this was going to take some time, was right. Made 52 posts and need one more to finish job. Rails are 7.5 to 8 ft long and are old hand made locust split rails. I had to cut rails in sets of 3 to the same length and on some carve off ends to fit holes. Made bottom hole larger.

Fence is to keep ATV's and cars from driving through flower beds. The flower beds will look great in the spring.

No cows to keep out. Deer are welcome.

Boss is very happy. You should know if Momma isn't happy, no one is happy:)

George

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36 coupe

09-21-2012 03:50:19
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 Re: 52 cement posts and need one more in reply to George Marsh, 09-17-2012 11:52:26  
Better make some extras,nutty drivers are sure to hit them.



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Shaun Wallace

09-17-2012 19:32:56
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 Re: 52 cement posts and need one more in reply to George Marsh, 09-17-2012 11:52:26  
Now I know that postholes can be bought. I used to get them out of cellars but after got few couldnt find where tell to get the next ones.



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JMOR

09-17-2012 14:57:16
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 Re: 52 cement posts and need one more in reply to mooboy, 09-17-2012 11:52:26  
Very nice looking, George!



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Jim in Ma.

09-17-2012 14:10:58
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 Re: 52 cement posts and need one more in reply to George Marsh, 09-17-2012 11:52:26  
Good looking fence. I would make 0ne extra post (just in case).



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Jimmyjack

09-17-2012 13:27:56
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 Re: 52 cement posts and need one more in reply to George Marsh, 09-17-2012 11:52:26  
Great Idea, wonder when Ill see it in Lowes?



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George Marsh

09-17-2012 14:05:41
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 Re: 52 cement posts and need one more in reply to Jimmyjack, 09-17-2012 13:27:56  
Jimmyjack,

Forgot to mention, patient pending.

Will need to make posts lighter, they weigh 175 pounds.

I would spend about 4 hours to make 4 posts. Most of the time came form putting the forms together, cleaning forms, stripping forms, moving posts and setting up mixer. Only took about an hour to mix the concrete and put in the forms.

George



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W_B

09-17-2012 12:13:29
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 Re: 52 cement posts and need one more in reply to George Marsh, 09-17-2012 11:52:26  
That's fairly awesome! Good job.
When you first posted about making the posts I couldn't figure out how that "thing" was going to be a post and hold anything up. The pics are worth many words. Was this for a church or other religious organization? The crosses cast in are way cool.



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George Marsh

09-17-2012 12:26:44
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 Re: 52 cement posts and need one more in reply to W_B, 09-17-2012 12:13:29  
W_B,
The cross idea came while sitting in church one Sunday morning. The Boss wanted a design and the cross was it. It was easy to make too.
George



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William Fissell

09-17-2012 12:08:41
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 Re: 52 cement posts and need one more in reply to George Marsh, 09-17-2012 11:52:26  
Love it!



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