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I'm not a concrete expert but have put in a few fence posts in my time. You definitely want to use your concrete mixer if you have one. This will ensure the cement is consistent. Ride Sun nailed it, you don't need an expensive mix for fence posts. Wood or galvanized metal, your biggest challenge will be keeping the posts aligned while the concrete sets. ...


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If the setting time is not an issue, you can certainly use normal quickcrete - or save even more money by purchasing cement and aggregate (sand/gravel/rock) and really making use of the mixer. Standard concrete mixing practice is to mix the dry materials and then add water. Common error is to add too much water and make the resulting concrete weak, though ...


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Go with the cheapest because for fencepost it does not matter. What determines the lifetime of your fence is the wood rotting enclosed by the concrete and will happen no matter what. Mixing is a little water and then add the mix. Dryer mix makes stronger concrete. By the way I don't use concrete anymore. There are zinc plated metal stakes available which ...


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