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Thanks to Quikrete Fast-setting concrete mix, there’s no need to mix! Pour the dry mix into hole and soak with water. Concrete will set hard in 20-40 minutes! Great for fence posts, mailbox posts, basketball posts, deck posts, lamp posts, and swing sets! Here are your step-by-step instructions for setting posts in concrete!

ezspike - no need to pour concrete for fence posts. Also give the tip of buying a 12ft post and cutting in half for each post to save money since only doing a 42in fence

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from The Family Handyman

How to Set Fence Posts That Won't Rot

from The Family Handyman

How to Set Fence Posts That Won't Rot

How to install cedar fence posts that last - these people KNOW of which they are speaking! Read more: http://www.familyhandyman.com/garden-structures/fences/how-to-set-fence-posts-that-won-t-rot/view-all#ixzz3V4rTHN00

from The Family Handyman

How to Set Fence Posts That Won't Rot

How to install cedar fence posts that last - these people KNOW of which they are speaking! Read more: http://www.familyhandyman.com/garden-structures/fences/how-to-set-fence-posts-that-won-t-rot/view-all#ixzz3V4rTHN00

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from This Old House

How Do I Erect a Fence?

from diy.com

Grange Concrete Fence Post (H)1.75m

Grange Concrete Fence Post - B&Q for all your home and garden supplies and advice on all the latest DIY trends