Mine's an 80+ pound Mountain Cur . But we live out in the woods , no
fences . He did discover that the electric fence around the garden - for
deer control - hurts ... Max could clear a 3 foot fence without trying .
On Mon, 11 May 2009 15:14:40 -0700 (PDT), RicodJour
A rail fence, meaning one with no pickets, just rails. I was
referring to wind load, that I think someone in another post referred
to, and it's the only load the rails have anyhow.
Wind. Some hurricane was mentioned.
But it's interesting that mook assumed a privacy fence, and I was
thinking about a 4 foot rail fence never did give an adequate
descriptin of the fence. He has to learn to ask questions well.
replying to RicodJour, Jimi wrote:
I believe what was meant was *"in total bare"not ("each bear")* ....and the
POINT BEING the posts bare the weight in the end and the rails purpose is to
create a place to fasten fence boards to ...so unless hit by large forces of
wind 2 rails is sufficient
I'm talking about standard privacy fence with the dogeared top.
One owed inward the other bowed outward ther other one sideways. Good lord.
these look terrible just afew months after installation. Probably cheap
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