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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Fill Form 2220 Posts

Instructions and Help about Fill Form 2220 Posts

Here's another one of those videos that you get the compliments of receiving through my trial and error. If you've ever removed an existing fence post or over dug a hole to pour the concrete in for a fence post, then this video just might be helpful for you. I've actually poured used at least eight six eight sixty pound bags of concrete mix on some of these footings before I actually figured this out. So throw a little bit of gravel down in the ground, maybe two inches. This isn't necessary. I'm actually experimenting, trying to figure out maybe if one system for the fence post installation might work better. Who knows? I might not know for a few years, but I actually have a few tests going around my property to see what just might see if I can actually create something that would benefit others. Here's your secret: cardboard. It doesn't get any simpler than this. You can do something like this. You can grab some tape and create a cylinder or a cube, something that you can just slide over the fence post. Now here's what you need to do, and again, this is all through trial and error. I've actually had problems. Just put a little bit of soil in. You know, let's say that you're going to start with about six inches of concrete. Put about six inches of soil in, or even five inches or seven or eight inches. Just don't get carried away. And here you can see the post sitting on top of the gravel, and I filled up a little bit of concrete already. You can see by the mess here, it had a little more soil to reinforce it. Just work up the hole in layers. You don't need to...