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July 27, 11:04 AM [GMT -5]

Here's some additional information about fence repairs: http://www.longfence.com/Repair

September 08, 1:31 PM [GMT -5]

Better yet...use a pick axe to dig around the concrete. Don't need to go all the way down. Then wrap a tow strap around the concrete and hook it up to your truck/SUV and rip it out. Save hours of back/hand breaking labor and digging! Just did it last week to replace 5 of my fence posts.

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