They make a fixture just for the purpose of holding the rebar up off the
dirt,or stone in your case.They come in different sizes,are made from heavy
wire,and look like a small chair with no back.The seat part is shaped into a u
shape to hold the rebar.We call them chairs.A brick or a piece of block will do
the same thing.If I can find a picture of one I'll send it to you.They should
be available at any masons or building supply store.
> From: "Bob Gates" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Date: 2003/08/10 Sun PM 05:10:14 EDT
> To: "Tower Talk" <email@example.com>
> Subject: Re: [TowerTalk] Rebar cage for tower footing
> Many thanks to all who replied to my query. They all make very good sense and
> I'll take them to heart when I get the hole dug. That is to say I followed
> agree with most of the suggestions, A-l-l e-x-c-e-p-t f-o-r o-n-e. Joe, I
> hope your reply was a misprint, otherwise you have me totally intrigued.
> How bout you set the rebar on chairs then pour it all at once.
> JOE KG4VBR
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