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Old 08-02-2005, 12:08 AM
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You can buy hydraulic cement at Ace Hardware in small containers. I forget the weight , I think the last one I bought was quart sized. That would beat buying a bucket full for a small job.

I was at Ace this morning, the container is 3 pounds. Wouldn't you know it, I didn't check the price.

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Old 08-02-2005, 02:33 PM
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From reading Cutter's post and related website the set time wouldn't allow any great amount to be used. It would set up even (probably) before the end of the pour.
But the working time on cutters stuff is a concern. Tomorrow it's off to the large local masons supply and check out the machine grout as I'll need a soupey mix to get it back under fully. Poured a good footing today in the corner and I will make a simple jack in the am. At least I have some welding on the jack
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