The Junk Pyle has moved forward, well sort of

General karthief

wonder how much it would cost to ship you a pair
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And we have a concrete monolithic pad
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you think by watering it like this it will grow bigger?
 
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Hoytster

I don't dare do that to my Knob
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if you says so.....

BTW they did that at the wrong location..... thats not my back yard.... WTF JR!!!

Helps with cracking, surface structure, and slows the final cure which raises the PSI rating of the concrete. If I can, I almost always wet cure my concrete for 2-4 weeks after pouring. You can raise the strength of concrete 1000-2000 psi past it's rating by wet curing.

You know, just FYI.
 
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RangerJoe

I leave the horn on while driving
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I paid $2k for a 14x30x4" parking pad recently, 4000 psi. Feel like it was a bit steep, but out of 3 contractors I called, only 1 showed up, and he was 3 days late.

Joe
 
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JD1964

there is enough sticking out to grab on to
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You southern folk are lucky that you get away with shallow footers down there. Here in MD, it's 30" deep minimum. Further north, even deeper.