Gregg Seidl wrote:
> I figure if the engineer said"5 by 5 by 9" I'd make it "5 by 5 by 9" and not
> worry about it.Yes it may cost a little more but when you're spending
> several G's on it does 100-500 dollars one way or the other REALLY matter.
> The simple fact is they designed it with a square hole,which are NOT
> hard to dig out.No pro should have a hard time with a 5 by 5 by 9 hole.It is
> plenty wide to get the bucket in there and dig it out.I rented a mini and
> dug two holes 3.5 by 3.5 by 5 and I was done in 3 hours and it was FUN.I was
> able to get it square enough for my tastes,plus if your in an area that gets
> frost you don't want the cement to hang over the undug part.
That's why the very top goes into a form<:-))
> The frost will
> work it out of the ground OR break the cement off at the junction.Just the
> way it is,don't ask how I know thet either hi hi hi. Gregg K9KL
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