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I have 8 holes on the ground to be filled with concrete to hold 8 posts, how can I make them all on one exact level?, the yard ground is uneven

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Hi there,

I posted a bid earlier claiming to have the answer to your problem. I do. I don't like the way they set this system up, so I'm going to give you the info .

What you need is called a water level. It is essentially a long clear hose with water in it. with the ends held sky ward, the water level at each of those ends is exactly the same. One end is in a fixed position, the level marked on both ends. the other goes to each of the other locations. This way you can accurately get level references at distances, over rough terrain and even around corners.

I hope this helps

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