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Here are some options for repairing your fence: Get a $5 metal T-post or two and drive it in the ground near the broken 4x4. You may have to pound the T-post in at an angle to avoid hitting the concrete. Screw the 4x4 to the metal T-post. Easiest, cheapest, and fastest. This is a good temporary solution to a leaning fence. Temporary brace the fence with 2x4'...


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It really depends on how much "good" post you have to work with above the concrete. If you have enough to attach another post to what remains of the original post, you could cut off the original post and join a new one to the "stump" using a lap joint or scarf joint, then run a couple bolts through it to hold together. You should probably orient the joint ...


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