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Discussion in 'Buildings & Infrastructure' started by 7610 super q, Dec 14, 2016.
I've set up a few of these.....
Friend made a big cantilever gate using these roller kits, gate frame he made himself
They used to sell direct but now trade only, they had the full instructions on their site on how big the concrete base needed to be, roller spacings etc
Need some hungry pigs to dispose of the evidence
56ft gap here gated with a pair of 18ft gates and a single 18ft gate, they can all be locked if need be and all can open up to leave 1 56ft opening for artics and harvest gear.
Think the gates are IAE from local paxtons iirc they were @ £100 each
How do you open the middle gate to get a 56ft gap, does it swing or do you have to remove it from the brackets? @Bobthebuilder
I have two IAE 18 foots that meet in the middle hung on 4" posts with box jammed in them, no middle post I made my own catch to hold them together
they must have been there 15 years no problems so far
M 2 l
Lift post out
You can't open the fudgeer though
High security version!
Operation keepy gypsy outy yardy begins... with some dodgy stone masonry, and 2 lengths of rail track bolted together.....
looks rough so far
So cruel, and yet so kind.
well the stone masonry you said yourself but still better than I could do but then I wouldn't try
and the two bits of rail track well you could have cut them level across the top and trimmed the hangers to the same width that would have helped
The problem is this though the setting is rather nice, nice drive, lawn, bushes all nice and tidy,
sore thumb it sticks out like
perhaps it will mellow with age
right I am going to remove my name and AD form anywhere on this forum
You have a definite theme here, I like it!
I have a railway line gate post in my garden
When I moved here my old boss borrowed a few lengths as his farm had a railway and gave me a moving in present
did you not fancy building a stone pillar round the hanging post, i use the word building loosely