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  • Pipe Fence

    Well the weather has finally cooled off here. So I can really get moving on a couple of my fence jobs. 2100' of pipe fence 4 1/2" posts with 2 3/8" rails. Customers told me the other day he's decided to do more he like it so well.
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  • #2
    Why not square posts to keep all the 2" pipe from being notched?
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    • #3
      Looks good. Top caps are a nice touch..are they welded or slip on?

      Are you notching the pipe or just fill welds?

      Nice to have clients with deep pockets.

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      • #4
        Sqaure post cost way more, that was one option I gave him. The caps are welded on. No I'm not notching the rails I cut holes in the posts and slip the rails way faster and still a clean job.
        Miller Bobcat 225G
        Miller Thunderbolt XL
        A/O Set
        Dewalt Chopsaw
        Lowbuck Notcher
        Adding when I can

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