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Step #1 – Dig around the post until six inches of the concrete footing is exposed Start out by digging a whole about two to three feet in diameter around the post.

Often, you’ll find the wider the hole you make the easier the rest of the process will be – even the digging will be treedisposal.pwted Reading Time: 3 mins.

Start by trimming the stump closer to the ground with a chainsaw. Dig up any rocks around the base of the stump. Hard debris can damage the blades of the stump grinder. Keep the equipment in good working order. Dull blades and missing teeth can be an obstacle to removing the stump. Sharpen and replace these parts as treedisposal.pwg: Molino FL. Feb 25, Screw a piece of scrap 2×4 to the post a couple of inches from the ground, put a landscape timber alongside as a fulcrum, and use a long metal bar as a lever.

Just stand on the bar, and the post and concrete footing will usually pop right out of the ground. - Mike Barnes. Plus: We’ll show you how to set fence post that won’t treedisposal.pw: Nick Gerhardt.

Remove the wood from the concrete (using a drill bit or auger or chisel) and insert a new post. Chip away at the soil around the post with a steel bar and vacuum out the loose dirt with a shop vac. Use a post repair spur – drive it into the bottom of the old post and then fix the new post to treedisposal.pwg: Molino FL. Mar 09, if the old post was not set in concrete with nails in the base(the nails act as an anchor in the concrete) try screwing or nailing a piece of hard wood near the floor so you can use a pick axe or lever to raise the stump.

soak the new post bottoms in old engine oilMissing: Molino FL.





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