Size: 100mm x 75mm x 1m high.
Concrete repair spurs are installed by digging a hole in front of the existing timber post and removing any existing concrete that was securing the post. Concrete the spur into the ground and then use coach screws to secure it to the fence post.
Concreting in spurs can be done with either a mixture of Ballast and Cement (approx. mix; 6:1), or Post Kwik. The amount required of either product depends on the size of the hole that the spur is going into.
When concreting repair spurs into the ground the posts should be buried a minimum depth of 2ft into the ground .