Use a short lump of 3 x 2 to start them off, then put post in and wack it with a sledge hammer.
Used the old posts that were rotted at bottom and just cut off 150mm, they then fit in the metposts a treat and saves buying more posts.
5 panels back up in under an hour after blown down in recent winds.
2 years ago
Stig from Milton Keynes
Type of purchase: Trade
Yes, I would recommend to a friend
Not of the best quality.
Not of the best quality, there are galvanised and powder coated alternatives available for the same price. OK for a quick fix but if you want to do a more permanent repair go for a better quality item.
5 years ago
Type of purchase: DIY
No, I would not recommend to a friend
Easy to use
Works fine. Cost wise If I had A decent angle grinder it would be cheaper to buy 600 mil ones and cut what ever you want off