blkwizardsonny wrote:i will adopt two teepads for sure if you go that route long as i can put a fresh ball print in it sssss really tho thats a good idea im in for two
Burr oak savanna wrote:Burr Oak Savanna will go with one also. Like everything else it won't be cheap.
We were lucky truck drove to all but one.
Budhyzer 17696 wrote:Wow guys, that's awesome. Let me do some number crunching, I've figured square footage already but need to get the concrete cost put into the equation. I also need to look into what a concrete buggy would cost to rent and if it even would go where we need it to go.
Captain wrote:Budhyzer 17696 wrote:Wow guys, that's awesome. Let me do some number crunching, I've figured square footage already but need to get the concrete cost put into the equation. I also need to look into what a concrete buggy would cost to rent and if it even would go where we need it to go.
A couple of things I know from my experience:
A 12' x 5' x 4" tee pad will use 1 yard of concrete. Depending on how much you order and how long it takes to get it out of the truck, this should cost about $100/yard. A concrete buggy will have trouble with your hills. You could use ATV's and 5 gal buckets? I got both to donate for a work day. You will need multiple crews with someone on hand at with each crew who knows concrete finishing.
Dustin Nohr suggested donating money for concrete pads at Wildcat (not to put words in his mouth or obligate him; we just talked about this on Monday).
Think you meant cubic feet. It would be 15.9 cubic feet or roughly 3/4 of yard. The truck can hold nine yards.Budhyzer 17696 wrote: I figured at 12' x 4' x 3" deep I would need 4.3333333 cubic yards per pad.
Budhyzer 17696 wrote:We were thinking of keeping each pad at 4' wide using the existing 4 x 4 frames to pour in. We'd nail a 2 x 4 to the top of the frames to get the depth we need after the blocks come out. . So, a little deeper would add to that but I'd have to check the formula again to be exact. We'd spread mulch around to bring the ground level up to the pads to alleviate any trip hazard.
Budhyzer 17696 wrote: I was worried about the concrete buggy and the hills. We do have Crager's ATV and I have some 5 gallon buckets too. Not sure what you're thinking on how to haul them at level going up the hills, hit me up and we can discuss.
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