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    Finished up putting the rest of the tie back in today.
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    More pic of the tie backs
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    Lookin' really solid, Tim. Everything you do today will pay off in the long run. People won't be able to see all your work. They'll just know it looks good and stays straight.
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    I used copper cable for tie backs on a 4x6 retaining wall about 30 ft long , 30 some years ago & it's still straight, even with all the frost up here.

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    Thanks for the pictures
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    Moved a few scoops of dirt ! Now it's time head back to work and heal my sunburn, not to self wear a shirt next time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 8n Bruce View Post
    I used copper cable for tie backs on a 4x6 retaining wall about 30 ft long , 30 some years ago & it's still straight, even with all the frost up here.
    You might want to dig them up and replace them just to take the copper cables to the scrap yard. Be careful some people will be digging your yard up if they find out. Lol

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    I have a low spot
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    I had some dirt settling
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    Nice looking walls, I like the look, its something different. Does the rain wash the soil between the lumber? If so, would some landscaping fabric behind the walls help the wash outs?

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