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Re: what bit to easily drill 3/8 or 1/2" holes in about 80 tires?

Posted: Mon Nov 06, 2017 9:41 pm
by D2Cat
Thought you said you were going to cover them with dirt. If you use hair pins made out of rebar, going from the outside one one tire to the next, then fill the tires with dirt or gravel you will have a good base.

Re: what bit to easily drill 3/8 or 1/2" holes in about 80 tires?

Posted: Mon Nov 06, 2017 11:03 pm
by greybeard
D2Cat wrote:Thought you said you were going to cover them with dirt. If you use hair pins made out of rebar, going from the outside one one tire to the next, then fill the tires with dirt or gravel you will have a good base.

Well, I didn't 'exactly' say that..I said "(Texas Environmental Quality Board allows this use as long as the tires are covered with soil)".

But yeah, sure...that's what I'm gonna do, just as soon as find a place on this low lying piece of property (that's already one big hole), to dig a deeper hole and get some dirt.

Re: what bit to easily drill 3/8 or 1/2" holes in about 80 tires?

Posted: Tue Nov 07, 2017 8:15 am
by 1982vett
greybeard wrote:
D2Cat wrote:Thought you said you were going to cover them with dirt. If you use hair pins made out of rebar, going from the outside one one tire to the next, then fill the tires with dirt or gravel you will have a good base.

Well, I didn't 'exactly' say that..I said "(Texas Environmental Quality Board allows this use as long as the tires are covered with soil)".

But yeah, sure...that's what I'm gonna do, just as soon as find a place on this low lying piece of property (that's already one big hole), to dig a deeper hole and get some dirt.

Maybe I’d cable them and pin them down in that case. Could take pressure off your anchors.