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Old 09-17-2016, 05:25 PM   #15
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My wife Judy did a search around the lower Mainland

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In Canada, Home Depot does not carry it. I had to import mine into Canada from a Home Depot across the line.
: She found 4x4' & 6x6' both 108" long and are a white post wrap at Home Hardware, they come in two pieces and klick together in a tonque and groove setup. Maker is Yard Crafters. they also sell the end caps etc. To make sure they stay together, check Lee Valley Tools for re-usable Wraps as this is just something I learned about from Glenn B. who uses the re-usable straps to tie his wheels up so they do not fall down and get dragged behind the Trailer.
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Old 09-17-2016, 07:01 PM   #16
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I am assuming that that is a piece of rain gutter inside that plastic fence post.
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Old 09-18-2016, 06:39 AM   #17
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: She found 4x4' & 6x6' both 108" long and are a white post wrap at Home Hardware, they come in two pieces and klick together in a tonque and groove setup. Maker is Yard Crafters. they also sell the end caps etc. To make sure they stay together, check Lee Valley Tools for re-usable Wraps as this is just something I learned about from Glenn B. who uses the re-usable straps to tie his wheels up so they do not fall down and get dragged behind the Trailer.
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That, I assume is 4x4" and 6x6". Nice. I wish I had found the 6x6, for the extra volume. I had to cut down the yellow plastic wheel chocks in order to store them in the 5x5 vinyl.
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Paul if Carol had not said about crossing the line for hers.

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That, I assume is 4x4" and 6x6". Nice. I wish I had found the 6x6, for the extra volume. I had to cut down the yellow plastic wheel chocks in order to store them in the 5x5 vinyl.
: So we did a local check at Home Depot, Lowes, Rona, and so on, my wife found these pieces at Home Hardware which is a Canadian outlet only, what they use the for is to wrap round Pipe and yes they are in inches. Funny I'm pretty good at hitting that " or ' pattern and it gets me how many others hit " for feet and ' for inches? Oh well we cannot all be perfect, I guess that is what some say about reading it after and re-editing before printing. I just think I do not make mistakes when typing my 70-80 words a minute but as I grow older I have to admit my spelling is getting worse.
When we get home after this trip I will go to Lowes and Home Depot and ask why they are not bringing in the Plastic Fencing and find out what the reason is.
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Thanks for the hint about stainless banding. I'll look for it.
And yes that is a vinyl rain gutter inside the post as a tray. I had to order the 5"x5" corner fence post from Menards. Took nearly a month.


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