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Re: [RC] [RC] re Gabi/arena fencing - Laurie Durgin

We do it with our tractors shovel. I even leave the hay fork on. tie chain at ground level and around fork. One slow motion to take them out. With 2 people one tieing and removing chain and other on tractor you can take one out every 2-3 minutes, just becareful, sometimes the chain 'pops' loose.

From: Vallonelee@xxxxxxx
To: tamara@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, Ridecamp@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Re: [RC]   re Gabi/arena fencing
Date: Thu, 23 Oct 2003 22:49:34 EDT

In a message dated 10/23/03 6:46:17 PM US Mountain Standard Time,
tamara@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx writes:

> The posts can be a bit much to take up again, but it is moveable.

They are easy to remove using a high load jack and a piece of chain. After
strugging for a long time with a T-post in the clay soil using a shovel, etc.
my neighbor came over and showed me this trick. You make a loop around the
T-post down near the ground level and then loop the chain around the jack and
fasten with a bolt or other fastener. As you raise the jack, the T-post comes
out, no muss, no fuss and most importantly, no sweating or cursing ! :)

Though no one can go back and make a brand new start, anyone can start from
now and make a brand new ending.

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