Daniel W Posted August 7, 2020 Share Posted August 7, 2020 I only got about 1/4in under the entire anvil. Can always pick her up and lay another heavy layer down. Alan's also probably got the easiest and simplest way to secure the anvil down that I used. Get some heavy flat stock, lay it on top of the foot of the anvil, and let the bottom edge rest on the stump (or 4x4 bundle) at about a 45 degree angle. Using that like a big washer put big lag screws through the flat stock and it holds very well. (he's probably got a pic that better shows what I'm attempting to explain.) Its a really good simple way to hold down the anvil very tightly which also does not hang off the edges of the stump. I've seen a lot of people strap and bolt their anvils down, Alan's method is just super simple. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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