No Concrete Fence Post Install!

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Wish there was an easy way to remove fence posts that are set in concrete? Well, I'll show you how to do it in 5 minutes with no sweat at all! Needed Supplies: • 1 - farm jack (I have this one: • 1 - 2x4 @ 6' • 2 - 8" x 1/2" carriage bolts • 2 - 1/2" washers • 2 - 1/2" hex nuts • Drill w/ 1/2" or 5/8" drill bit • 2 - concrete blocks (optional) • 1 - 2x6 @ 6' (optional) + Thanks to my daughter for videoing for me!

I decided to use expanding foam instead of concrete to install a new fence in my backyard. There's a few tips in this video that will help you out!

Some things used in this video...

Sika Post Fix -

or 2-part Secure Set -

Milwaukee Drill -

Olfa knife -

Nitrile gloves -

This video was filmed in August of 2016 and the fence has not moved an inch. Rock solid!

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