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    I don't think it will be to much a problem...

    I don't think it will be to much a problem providing you do not knock the existing post around to much forcing it to move.
    If it does move simply just dig around it a little and add some extra...
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    http://www.fencedout.com.au/wp-content/uploads/201...

    http://www.fencedout.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2012/03/mods-wood-slats3-0002.jpg
    Here is a little section we constructed a few weeks ago.
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    Hi If you intend to weld the gates together then...

    Hi
    If you intend to weld the gates together then make sure they line up correctly and do not bend in the middle as it will cause the wheels to run off the track if you use a track system.
    Plus you...
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    Yes it's just a custom built fence

    Yes it's just a custom built fence
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    It's not April fools is it ?

    It's not April fools is it ?
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    "hot dipped galvanised posts" providing you are...

    "hot dipped galvanised posts" providing you are not piling soil around them and depending on soil type.
    In some soil for example Gal star pickets will rust out faster then painted.

    Myself I'd...
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    I'd use two smaller size screws myself or if to...

    I'd use two smaller size screws myself or if to use one I'd also glue the frame as the constant heat coming from the AC could twist the timber over time.
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    Yes vandals can be a problem setting fire, some...

    Yes vandals can be a problem setting fire, some time ago it was a big rage to set fire to a brush fence.
    You can now purchase a brush panel approx 50mm thick that has been coated with a fire...
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    It's a hard one for sure at that time of the...

    It's a hard one for sure at that time of the morning and I highly doubt you will stop it even with some of the best materials on the market.

    You could try sheeting the internal of your fence with...
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    Hi I'd go with 100 x50 treated pine just to be...

    Hi
    I'd go with 100 x50 treated pine just to be on the safe side.

    I'm not saying 140 x 35 will not work but after slotting it and the weather over time might take it's toll on it.
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    You can get a full automatic gate installation...

    You can get a full automatic gate installation DIY kit for approx $2400. You get two gates, two posts, quality Italian made hinges with bearings, gate stops plus a pair of Italian made ASA300 motors,...
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    I'd be sticking with timber if that's the normal...

    I'd be sticking with timber if that's the normal in the area. The problem with horizontal slats with gaps is it gives very little privacy if that's what you want to achieve.
    Below are some photos of...
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    As suggested try some sound barrier ply, even...

    As suggested try some sound barrier ply, even follow up with some bushy plants that can help screen the ply and also soften the noise on the other side of ply.

    See similar sound barrier ply...
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    The cheapest option would be lapped treated pine...

    The cheapest option would be lapped treated pine paling similar to the image below.
    You can purchase palings in a standard100 x 15mm thick or go a little thicker with 20-25mm for extra sound...
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    Some fencing contractors will do your auto gates...

    Some fencing contractors will do your auto gates while some will not.
    Your best to ask if they supply and install such gates when getting a quote.
    I'd try and get one contractor to do the lot ,...
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    You can use 1.6mm gal or thicker depending on...

    You can use 1.6mm gal or thicker depending on wind load and other factors.
    2mm would possibly be a better option cut at 2.4mt lengths
    As for depth you need approx 600 -700 mm hole at approx 200m...
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    Yes it would work but feel it would damage more...

    Yes it would work but feel it would damage more easily , I'd use large washers to help stop the coach screw pulling through the alloy posts.
    Concreting would be a better option.
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    I agree 100x50 hardwood would be a better...

    I agree 100x50 hardwood would be a better choice.:2tsup:
  19. Thread: Slat Fence

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    shammo sorry I cannot help you on the clear...

    shammo sorry I cannot help you on the clear lacquer the finish.
    We have mainly used only stains such as Natural intergrain and another that I cannot re-call at this moment.
  20. Thread: Slat Fence

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    Sorry for the slow response as I often don't have...

    Sorry for the slow response as I often don't have the time to visit the site.

    The posts in stained photo are approx 1mt apart to help reduce twisting of the 100x15mm treated paling.
    Actually it...
  21. I have lost count on how many fence disputes we...

    I have lost count on how many fence disputes we get involved with and how many neighbours have asked us to come in and fix a job.

    So many neighbours trying to save a dollar attempt to erect a...
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    Correct me if I'm wrong but the wall will be 1 x...

    Correct me if I'm wrong but the wall will be 1 x sleeper high?
    If this is correct you could get away with any of the posts sizes but personally I'd use the 50x75 allowing more of the sleeper to join...
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    Personally I feel a slider would ruin the...

    Personally I feel a slider would ruin the apperance of the property.
    Sure it will look fine when it's shut, but open would look very out of place..just my 2 cents.
    Plus the extra cost of a set of...
  24. Jonty did you manage to find what your after? ...

    Jonty did you manage to find what your after?

    I have many caps and fittings in stock, can sell you some and l pop in mail if needed.
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    You should be able to pick up a spinner around...

    You should be able to pick up a spinner around the $100 , the most I've ever paid is $120.
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    Graham Any chance of some photos? I'm having...

    Graham

    Any chance of some photos?
    I'm having a little trouble picturing your problem.
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    Stu If you are handy with a sharp chainsaw of...

    Stu

    If you are handy with a sharp chainsaw of coarse it will do the job.
    But for a more clean cut use a 235mm(9-1/4'') power saw, again sharp blade.
    Erect posts and string line out / mark and...
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    We work every day with hot dipped and often we...

    We work every day with hot dipped and often we need to provide a coating of either Amerlock or Dulux durabild at least 100mm above the concrete surface to provide a min of 20 year life span....
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    Looks nice , but do you have any concerns about...

    Looks nice , but do you have any concerns about corrosion of the metal , it's only gal ?
  30. You could use a number of different sizes , even...

    You could use a number of different sizes , even 50x50 will do the job in 1.6mm gal
    Simply pre drill the rail and post , then screw in a standard gal timber batten screw. ( yes timber screw as the...
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    The right thing to do would of been top the post...

    The right thing to do would of been top the post with concrete level.
    But it would all depend what was written in his quote.
    I've lost count on how many times one neighbour has made arrangements...
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    Non treated yes , but they just do not seem to...

    Non treated yes , but they just do not seem to want to take that treated..lol
  33. Toby , yes usually you can check the post out and...

    Toby , yes usually you can check the post out and fix rail inside post then pale both sides of rail.
    Or check rail out on the inside of post and skew nails, there are number of ways to do it.
    In my...
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    Sorry for slow response, as you are now aware I...

    Sorry for slow response, as you are now aware I just sent you pm regarding your questions

    Posts used were 150UB /14 hot dipped Uni Beam
    There are a number of cheaper options, all depending on...
  35. Thread: Slat Fence

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    Yes we have built many in the Whitsunday region....

    Yes we have built many in the Whitsunday region.

    These images below are constructed of treated pine and stained.

    http://www.fencedout.com.au/media/timber1.jpg
    ...
  36. I just bumped into this handy diy series scroll...

    I just bumped into this handy diy series scroll down to stage 3 for info related to your question.


    How to DIY Series: Link Block Retaining Wall Preparation Stage 1


    DIY Series: Link Block...
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    We have erected a number of boundary fences...

    We have erected a number of boundary fences 2100mm high for clients.
    I make them aware of the regulations, but to date there has been no trouble as all of the neighbouring properties are happy for...
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    http://www.fencedout.com.au/media/timber3.jpg ...

    http://www.fencedout.com.au/media/timber3.jpg



    http://www.fencedout.com.au/media/substation14.jpg

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    EVOLUTION ezyshield is an engineered plywood panel designed as an attractive...
  39. Thread: Post at 2.8

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    We have fixed an endless amounts of fences with...

    We have fixed an endless amounts of fences with spacings of just 2.6mt spans..sorry to say.

    If you are dedicated to testing your luck , try treated hardwood 100x50mm and have the bows facing up...
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    I'd say they ran a planer over the edges of the...

    I'd say they ran a planer over the edges of the sleepers before fixing them into position.
    It's rare to get such quality sleepers.
    The work looks new , give it a few months and I'm sure it would...
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