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Reply #10 - Nov 26th, 2015 at 12:30pm

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Yeah Dave anymore progress?

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When concreting in timber posts they need to sit on the soil or gravel fill. This prevents the concrete holding water and rotting the post (even treated pine). Remember to pass a steel rod through the post for adhesion to the concrete.
 
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