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A 4x4 would work, and it mounting there is probably ok assuming the concrete is thick enough at the bottom which is below the bottom of the slab. Which it probably is, I would expect 6-8 inches +. I would use Simpson SDS concrete screws, 1/2" diameter and embed 4" into the concrete. Two of them. You'll need a rotary hammer drill to predrill the holes. I ...


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I have learned the hard way that it is not a good idea to use a PTO post hole digger with your tractor near trees. To avoid getting the auger stuck in tree roots, first dig with a shovel. If you find roots larger than 4 cm diameter, use a spade to clear the dirt from around the root as much as possible and then use a small chain saw to cut the roots on ...


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