My fence line sits on a slab of concrete that separates my house from the neighbor's house. So far, I was able to complete two posts via extracting the post rot and replacing the post in the 4x4 slots in the concrete slab.
However there is one slot that is very slanted.
Here is another picture of me holding a metal bar upright against the slanted concrete as the fence post would naturally be fit(Not letting it lean with gravity):
Given that this concrete slab is very large and would be a large task to break-up.
My first idea was to pour concrete into this slot, level it to the main slab, and install a Simpson Strong Tie Fence Post Base to which I would put the new 4x4 in.
Another thought was to shave enough off a 4x4 post so that it would fit in the natural leaning position, and then use a couple of E-Z Fence Post Menders to properly support it.
I'm wondering what other options I have for the DIYer. Both of these options sound like I might be headed in the wrong direction.
Thanks in advance.