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    Jul 25, 2017, 06:01 AM
    Chain Link Fence
    Adding a chain link fence gate, to an existing fence.
    Already has one post in the middle of the fence he could use.
    But I think he has to make it an end post. It would be the hinge side.
    He would have to add a tension bar, Tension Bands, Rail end into the tension band. On the latch side it would have a new post treated the same way. Does this seem correct
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    talaniman Posts: 53,881, Reputation: 10852

    Jul 25, 2017, 06:28 AM
    It may seem correct, but hard to say from the picture how an expert, or professional would go about installing a gate for you.

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