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That wont solve the problem. The best way to make a 'solid' fence post is to bury more into the ground. Putting a cement ball at the bottom is not the best solution and filling the hollow cavity will do nothing to help


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I'd say to use a farm jack. Use a pry-bar or a 2x4 and a block of wood till you can fit a farm jack under it. happy jacking.


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I decided to go the route of getting the metal tube gates and possibly mounting the wood touches to it for the looks. I came to this conclusion for multiple reason; After running the costs of building the entire gate out of wood, surprisingly it comes out to almost the same as just buying the tube gates. My local farm store, where I bought the gates from, ...


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If you were my client and I was taking money for your project, I'd put wood on a metal substructure, have wheels on the ends, and make sure the posts were extremely well stuck in the ground. (You might be able to skimp a little on the post as long as the wheels are in contact with the ground at all points in the arc, but the other two points would be non-...


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Your local farm supply will have fiberglass stakes and spring clip insulators for this. For rabbits, the stakes may be too long at 4' so cut them in half to double your stake count.


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You could cut a notch (like 1/4 pipe depth) in the pipe and just wrap the wire around the pipe, tucking it into the notch.


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Depending on how sturdy the fence needs to be you could cut the plastic conduit to a point and hammer it into the ground. Then use plastic wire ties to secure the fence wire to the plastic pipe. If you used two ties in an "X" it would hold the wire in place but still slide up and down if adjustment is needed. If you need a sturdier fence you could put ...


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Drill holes in the end of the posts and stick a piece or two of rebar through the holes for extra support.


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Would NOT Swing 10' wood gates @ six foot height wooden gate on a six by six doug fir or southern pine treated wood post. If you want to use a wood post for a big gate 10ft at 6 ft high you can, and u should it looks better than steel, but you have to use steel for big spans. install a plate 2" x 1/2" thick along the opposite edge of the gate from the way ...



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