Leaning Tree of Pisa...

Hello All,
We went through a tough storm a few weeks ago up here in the Great Pacific NorthWET. One of my evergreen trees which had a crooked trunk has taken on a lean. It's leaning into my neighbors trees.
I do not want to cut it down and I think since the root ball didn't pull all the way out of the ground that I can save this tree. I want to stake the tree. What I'm looking for is something similar to an "auger stake" the kind that is used for dogs to be tied up to in a yard (but larger). Any clues as to where I can find such an animal?
Thanks, Steve Banks
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Lowes or Home Depot both have em.

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I'd use a winch or "come-a-long" the pull it over straight before I stake it.
If there is nothing to pull against, park a truck and pull against the bumper. For additional safety, drape several blankets across the cable to prevent whipping in event it parts under strain.
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Thanks guys, actually what I was looking for are the auger type screws but of a more "industrial" length and diameter. The aluminum ones for dos are good for just that. I did find an anchor system called Duckbills that would do the job but think I just might have to go the route of an arborist. Thanks though.
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