I have about 20' of 8x8x16 rebarred footer in the ground. The rebar is
sticking out of it to a height of about four feet. I want to remove this
last portion. From the looks of the wall during demo, it was done right,
hence, there will be horizontal rebar in the footer.
Options: backhoe, the Egyptian approach, TNT, mechanical means.
I can't get backhoe access. All my friends who would form a huge labor crew
are smart enough to disappear or stay inside at this time of year in Las
Vegas. I used up all the TNT over the Fouth of July. Which leaves me to
I was thinking of borrowing an engine hoist, saddling the footer, and
hooking up to the rebar. Looks like it would work to me, even if to start
one end of it, so that I can prybar and lever the rest out. Anyone done
Any other ideas?