Posted by scotc on January 18, 2013 at 18:53:23 from (126.96.36.199):
Been working on some gates the last couple weeks. About 4 feet wide, for 4-wheelers, swing it open instead of opening the wire gates. We went 6 feet high to avoid waste (full sticks are 24 feet) but I would go a foot higher to avoid knocking heads on it.
I made it so the gate can be pulled out of the frame if it gets busted up. Made to bolt between a pair of fence posts. I know there's a lot of barb wire up toward Greenville but don't know if there's much cattle.
The new Makita grinder sure is nice, beats the heck outta the old Bosch. Which melted one of its wires where it comes out of the housing. Got a new nut coming for the DeWalt 7" grinder, only 98 cents, but $11 shipping.
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