Crack in Cinder block retaining wall.

What do i use to repair a crack in the wall ?
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Dell Inspiron
Pentium dual-core 2.2 GHz
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Hard to tell. You've completely overwhelmed us all with too much information. Could you boil it down to just a half dozen or so pertinent facts- and maybe a picture?
Jim
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Are you talking real cinder block which was made with cinders or are you talking about concrete blocks which do not contain cinders - there is a difference, and they are supposed to be used in different areas. True cinder blocks are no good for retaining walls as they are not strong enough.
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desgnr wrote:

http://boxspots.com/view/2362/mighty-putty-usa /
Jon
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Stuff it with the Dell Inspiron, Pentium dual-core 2.2 GHz, 2 GB DDR2 SDRAM, Windows Vista Home Premium SP1. Cover with duct tape.
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wrote:

Use Big Bertha's Krack Filler.
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