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Anvil    Posted 10-25-2004 at 03:46:34       [Reply]  [No Email]
If fence repair is second nature.


knotting wire?    Posted 10-25-2004 at 06:20:20       [Reply]  [No Email]
after fooling around with barbwire enough to know better, them crimp sleeves and h.t. wire sure makes more sense. thank you new zealand!



mojo    Posted 10-25-2004 at 04:30:24       [Reply]  [No Email]
I wonder what the most unusual thing used in fence repair has been? Neighbor uses bed springs, terrible idea. They rust into a million pieces very quickly. Seen pallets used and they make a good windbreak if used in a series (as a Cards fan I hate to use the word "series"!). Saw a good log chain on a water gap. Worked but wouldn't be cheap for as many as I've got.

mojo
mdw


Willy-N    Posted 10-25-2004 at 07:10:48       [Reply]  [No Email]
One place near me uses Big Bolders and another brought home a bunch of Snow Mobil Box Bottoms that are like bed frames and wired them together to make a fence. That fence looks terible all rusted and different heights. Mark H.


Texas    Posted 10-25-2004 at 04:34:57       [Reply]  [No Email]
A card board refrigerator box....I swear I saw it used to patch a hole in a fence...


Grove r    Posted 10-25-2004 at 04:48:59       [Reply]  [No Email]
How about a quarter mile of old, old tractors, set back from the hiway 'bout eight hundred feet and paralel with same....have been there near fifty years...have a gooder, Ron.E.


New-Gen    Posted 10-25-2004 at 05:47:22       [Reply]  [No Email]
Hey! Next time you get close enough to my place to see my fence stop in for a visit!
NG


Beat me...    Posted 10-25-2004 at 04:53:01       [Reply]  [No Email]
...to it.
Jambed a tractor tire (temp of course) between two trees just yesterday morning. LOL.
Fern(Mi)


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