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Old 01-25-2012, 08:29 PM
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Jim your supplier is correct. The friction between the blocks is enough to keep them from sliding forward. I have heard that from multiple sources, one of them being Paver Pete. Say what you want about him... but he knows his shi*. If the block is going to slide do you really think 1" of concrete or plastic pins are going to stop it?? Even though they wont move if the lips are broken off, we always put a little glue.
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