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tricky bit on a stretch of stock fencing round a wood boundry, was akward to get the tractor in to knock the stakes in, but looks alrighttt

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looks good tractorboy, very smart. fencing was my trade before i moved over to arb and although its behind me i still enjoy looking at a tidy bit of fencing.

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another from 2wks ago, the last one had lasted 50yrs so we concreted the posts 750mm into the ground, bolted all the joints, screwed all the palings/lats and used galvy fixings, fingers crossed it'll be there for a while:thumbup1:

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another from 2wks ago, the last one had lasted 50yrs so we concreted the posts 750mm into the ground, bolted all the joints, screwed all the palings/lats and used galvy fixings, fingers crossed it'll be there for a while:thumbup1:

 

Nice looking job

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We do lots of feather edge fencing big tip always set top and bottom rail level with top and bottom of boards and on top fit capping rail if you do not set rail to top or bottom rails will warp in the sun same with pale fence never set top rail less than 4 inch from top

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