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Old 03-01-2019, 07:30 AM
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Really depends on the type of material that's there. A clay-ish driveway gravel to surface over is probably best I would think. If you're going to use a tamper like that it's always helpful to wet the material prior to tamping. Not a soaking where you make mud but just enough to make it...wait for it...moist... I don't have a lot of experience with dealing with dirt tees but I would think making sure they drain well would help immensely. This can be done by ditching water away from the tee or elevating the tee slightly from the surrounding ground and making sure the tee has no low spots to pond water.
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