How do I replace chain link fence posts? Answered
I have a really old chain link fence that completely encloses my yard on three sides. Both sides and all the corner posts are metal and firmly in the ground with concrete. But for a 5 "post" section in the back of the yard, the previous owner just stuck RR ties in the ground, which are rotted and leaning. I want to replace these with metal posts. My question is: should I set the posts in cement or pea gravel? I've read arguments for both on this site. Since the other sides and the corners are sturdy, do I need to wait 24 hours before reattaching the chain link "fabric?" Thanks in advance! Any advice would be appreciated!