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How deep into the ground should i sink my concrete fence posts

My concrete fence posts are only 10 feet tall and I need a 8 foot fence, how deep should the posts be sunk

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    want to set fence post every ten feet how many post will i need

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At this stage, with the posts already bought, I would say concrete is the best way out. Dig holes twice the size of the posts, or more, two and a half feet deep and set the posts. Make sure the spacing is perfect, so the fencing fits properly. You may need spacers and supports to set the posts straight and true.
Set the posts high enough to support your fence. Sketch it out, the posts may not have to be as tall as the fence, they only have to reach the top horizontal board.

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