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Hello, Newby here! Im rebuilding a small wall that my wife decided to drive into as she was a bit bored. There is a pillar/stack at the end of the wall, which also down. Can I use the same stack by cementing it too concrete floor, rather than build a new stack? its only 4 bricks high.
I'm thinking I can, but put a few solid props ( couple of stones) to stop the weight squishing all the new mortar out.
Please help!
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