Fence Digger
I am a home maintain man. I do a lot of replacing of wooden posts in cedar fences. the post rot off about 6 inches below ground level. To replace it one must dig the old one out. I have discovered and easy way to do it. I just loosen the dirt about 2 inches deep around the post and then suck the loose dirt out with my shop vac. then loosen a couple of more inches and suck it out. Repeat this process 12 times and one can lift the old post and its concrete anchor right out. put the new post in and pour in new concrete and it is done. This method cut the time to replace a post in half.

John M.
Littleton CO

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