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attaching wood rails to galvanised security fence.

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Piece of timber either side of fence, drill clearance hole in one piece of timber and pilot in other. Screw together. Held on with compression, no need to drill bolt through fence. Im assuming you mean herras fencing and the application would decide if this method was suitable or not.

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Thanks everyone its not herras it is to go inside some galvanised steel security fencing along the side of a railway line. Need to fix rails onto fence so I can board the customers garden side of the fence.

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Thanks everyone its not herras it is to go inside some galvanised steel security fencing along the side of a railway line. Need to fix rails onto fence so I can board the customers garden side of the fence.

 

Hilti fixing or tec screw and screw towards track then break tec end off with hammer

 

If you go down tec route will be worth hiring a proper tec gun

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Thanks everyone its not herras it is to go inside some galvanised steel security fencing along the side of a railway line. Need to fix rails onto fence so I can board the customers garden side of the fence.

 

Who owns the security fence ?

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