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Old 02-02-2014, 07:51 PM
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This is going to sound crazy. I had stumps ground out ~8yrs ago that are still settling. It takes forever for the roots and stuff to decompose. I had a lot of roots and one ground-out stump I paved over. The concrete in that area is a minimum 10" thick and some is as much 13". I've had a semi-tractor on it and it hasn't cracked, yet. I felt like it was cheap insurance to go thicker than necessary than to have it all break apart and need re-poured. My neighbor and I poured 45yds, by ourselves.
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