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How to add fence panel to concrete post

Discussion in 'In the Garden' started by Gary111, 24 Mar 2021.

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    Hi, I want to add a fence panel to a concrete post, theres no slot in the direction I want to add it.

    Whays the easiest /best way to do that ?
    Are there some clips made for that ?
    I was thinking I can add a wooden post to it ?
    But I imagine the concrete is hard to drill into ?

    Any suggestions gratefully accepted !
    Thanks
     
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    don't drill it

    this will encourage cracking and may damage the steel reinforcement

    are there any holes in the post, or just slots?

    is it at the end of the fence, at a corner of the garden?

    sketch or photo would explain better.
     
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    yes, i was trying to think of the clamp.
     
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