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Discussion in 'Buildings & Infrastructure' started by 7610 super q, Dec 14, 2016.
Site should be clear on 25th December if you wanted to make a start
I'll be down about dinner time, make me plenty of stuffing
you will miss the wizard of oz
old farm had IAE 18ft cattle gates
they were very good and strong with strengthened hinges and ends
Is that suppose to make me change my mind
Would you like turkey with that stuffing?
http://iae.co.uk/agriculture/products/continental-gates/ There you go.
Forgotten about him. Haven't been there for years. Last time I went there, he had a bird scarer set up in the middle of the yard.
It's the place to go for all hard to find stuff
IAE do 18 ft gates saw a brand new pair yesterday
If it's a proper made gate you will need a good post we have some 6m ones and they hang on 150 MM. box posts filled with concrete
Just shoot the next 1 and tie it up in the treesword will soon get around
may i ask what make was the electric openers ,and any trouble?
we bought a 10' and a 4' for our front gates, they only ever both get opened with 18 tonners come up or the hay guy with his tractor and trailer. we have smaller needs but the principle is the same
Calypso v2 off ebay, no keypad so no problems.
no, good reason to go there
My local merchants have Ritchie 16ft gates in stock, or mole valley have 18 and 20ft yard gates in stock, I know cause I've got them in my yard.
Do you need a gate ? A simple braced bar vehicle barrier does the job and takes no time to knock up.
Yes, I'm hoping it'll also prevent ramblists from flip- flopping down though the bottom of the yard and garden, instead of going over the stile at the top........
just shoot the first 1 and the rest will disappear