There are two gates, one left and one right, 5' wide each with a total of 10' opening. Posts and gates are 6' tall.
The fence posts are plumb when you look at the gates from the front.
The fence posts are not plumb when you stand at the gate opening and look left and right. One tilt forward a bit and one tilt backward a bit. Therefore the gates are tilted in opposite directions. At the top the if I measure the two tip of the gates where they are supposed to line up, they are just a bit over 4 inches apart.
OK I know the proper thing to do is to pull the post up, break the concrete and redo the post and reattach the gates. But...
The way I constructed the posts, I knew the 5' gates would be heavy and may pull on the gates. So I had the fence post for the gate and the nearest next fence post (which is about 3 feet away, anchored into the same concrete. I dug a tench 4 feet long, and sank both posts into it, and then poured solid concrete into it, with the intention to not let the fence post pull on the concrete at all, and I did a good job of it in one direction. I am really not looking forward to deconstruct the entire section of the fence wall and pull up that concrete on both sides.
So that leads to my questions. Are there other remedies to consider. Can I shim the hinges? Can I somehow buy some sophisticated hinges that are capable of adjustments inward and outward that would make it less noticable?
Any ideas appreciated.