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Just get a nice, cheap cordless Li Ion Circular Saw and be satisfied. 5 1/2" blade will do.


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I own a Bosch JS470E and love it. I've owned many over my 20+ years in construction. It has a setting that will direct air from the motor to the area you're cutting and keeps saw dust clear from the line you're following. "Will the jigsaw do the job"? Yes, with a good blade and little force but the job will go slow and the cut won't be as clean as a ...


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Depends on frost depth, height, and strength requirements of fence. We generally drill 8" holes for a 3.5" square post 6" below frost depth or 30" deep in our area. Minimum depth if frost depth is not an issue I would say is 18" for a heavy clay. Deeper is better than wider. This is for fences upwards of 6' high. Higher fences we would probably set a ...


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I don't know what your goal is, but if it's merely aesthetic (and not for pet or child containment), I'd be inclined to cut a board diagonally. Mark one end at a height equal to the difference in the tops of the two adjacent sections (which looks like about 4 inches). Mark the same at the other end, but from the opposite side. Cut a straight line between ...


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VERY easy solution. Place two foot long sections of 6" wide tubing in the concrete where you want the fence to go. Their tops should be level or just slightly below where you want the top of the concrete. Cover the bottom in tape, and fill them with sand. Once the concrete hardens, use a clean wet dry vac to remove the sand, and place the wooden posts in. ...



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