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I am going to construct a fence between my garage and my house. 20 ft or so long, To keep my too small dogs contained. Here in lies the rub, I have already built one fence. it's still up and working fine, however in the construction I discovered how dense the crete is, ramset doesn't work, drilling? I would never get deep enough. So I have decided to use cement piers and 4x4 posts and sit the fence right on the concrete, with enough weight I am praying the fence will not move much, I only need to contain two 5# dogs its mostly ornamental. If anyone has attempted anything along these lines, please contact me with your triumphs and failures, or any advice you may have thanks!

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JM1999 (author)2014-02-18
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RJM2001 (author)2014-02-18

Look Up Rip Gut Fence

You Might Get Some Ideas

If You Have A Forest Near By.

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JM1999 (author)2014-02-18

Check out old farmers books

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NachoMahma (author)2008-07-26

. 5 gal plastic buckets should make good forms. If the set concrete doesn't slide out, they are fairly easy to cut off with a carpet knife. . My Pit-mix can (and will) climb my 4 ft chain-link fence. :(

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I've seen places where they slap a bag of concrete onto a chain link fence for weight...and then it rains. The entire bag just turns into a big concrete weight around it all.

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Yeah, we do that a lot here.......

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colurblinde (author)NachoMahma2008-07-27

thanks!I hadent thought of that, thats more weight!

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