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    leg - pier help

    Ugh. I need help.
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    I'm cutting through the foam and tarps and digging down for the pavers for the legs for my pool. . The digging is totally wiping me out. There has to be a better way. All I have to work with is my hammer that has a straight-ish claw and a a little hand garden shovel. I'm digging through clay, and it's taking me about an hour per pier.

    There has to be a better way!

    Can anyone tell me what tools, etc you used?

    Thanks!
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    Re: leg - pier help

    A drain spade, also called a sharpshooter.
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    Re: leg - pier help

    I looked that up, and I'm not sure that would have helped much.

    I ended up using a demolition hammer.
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