How do you remove old fence posts from concrete?
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How do you remove concrete posts from the ground? (video)
How do you remove metal fence posts from the ground?
To remove a metal fence post set in dirt, some strong muscles, a shovel, and patience will do the job. To remove a metal fence post set in concrete, you can pry it out with a car jack, tractor, or lever made from lumber. If it's set in continuous concrete, you may need some heavier machinery, like a jackhammer. via
How do you straighten a fence post without removing it?
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Can you reuse fence posts with concrete?
Pulling up an existing fence post to reuse can be quite a task. Posts with concrete at the base are the most difficult to remove and reuse because the concrete base is larger than the post, which makes pulling it up through the ground much harder. via
What is the easiest way to remove T posts?
Position a garden hose next to the T-post and allow water to flow freely into the post hole. Continue rocking the T-post back and forth with water flowing into the post hole. Pull up on the post periodically until the T portion of the post breaks free from the ground. via
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How do you remove line posts from concrete?
Use a jackhammer to break up the concrete around the base. The easiest way to do this is by starting around the edge and working into the middle. Lift the rubble and loosen the soil and then drag out the base. You'll probably need someone to help you here too. via
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What is the best concrete for fence posts?
Fast-setting concrete is ideal for installing fence posts since it doesn't need to be mixed in a bucket or a wheelbarrow. Once you've finished digging your post holes, add about three to four inches of gravel into the bottom and compact it using a post or a 2x4. via
How do you reuse old fence posts?
Do fence post anchors work?
The most obvious advantage of post anchors is not having to dig and re-dig holes. Another advantage is that the post anchor isn't going to rot like wooden posts buried in the ground or in concrete eventually do. via
What is a fence puller?
With a fence puller, you'll not have to wrestle rolls of fencing, pulling them tight only to find your fence sagging here and there. This tool takes just a few minutes to put together and will be worth its weight in gold the first time you put it to use. via