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    Default Cedar stake buckets

    This is my first attempt at stake buckets, and would like your opinion on these.

    I have enough material to make several, but started out easy, with only 2. The wood is cedar, and the length on the longer pieces is around 6 feet, with a width of around 6 inches.

    Do you guys think the stakes are too big/long ? Should I rip em in half lengthwise ?

    I was able to get about 50 pounds of crete in each bucket. Should I supplement each with a sandbag ?

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    Thanks for your replies.
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    They look good to me. Can't imagine you would need any additional weight.
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    Those are nice!!


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    using the rebar to help stabilize them should work well...

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