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Old 01-21-2013, 01:21 AM  
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Wuzzat, I don't think he's building a fence. Said he wants to use 4 utility poles to build his deck, which are usually 10" or 12" in diameter.

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Originally Posted by BridgeMan View Post
Care to try again?
Maybe after I take remedial reading. . .


"Typical tanget [sic] poles and guyed poles have setting depths based on a rule of thumb: 10% of the total pole
length plus 2 feet. That is, if the pole is 40 feet long, approximately 6 feet is buried while 34 feet is above


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