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How to make a removable fence panel

Posted by stupid48 (My Page) on
Sat, Aug 27, 11 at 19:27

I need to surround some pool equipment so I'm going to build a two sided fence. My plan is to use 4x4 posts right into concrete. I live in nevada where we get like no rain per year so I'm not too worried about not using a post bracket. I would like to just make fence panels kind of like the prebuilt cedar ones from home depot. I don't want the 4x4's to show so I'm just going to put the panels on the front of the posts. I want to be able to remove one of the panels so I need to do some kind of hangers. My thought is some kind of metal piece on the fence hanger that would hook onto metal slots on the 4x4's. Can make a suggestion for such a hanger or any other method? The panels are not going to be very long (say 3 or 4 feet each) so the hangers don't need to be super strong...

Thanks, Chris

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RE: How to make a removable fence panel

Added rough drawing of bracket i'm referring to. just dont know what it's called...

Here is a link that might be useful: rough drawing of bracket...

RE: How to make a removable fence panel

How about something like this?

Here is a link that might be useful: Fence Hardware

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