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My fence is in 7ft sections. Each section is "hooked" to a 2'x'2 square wood post. Each post has an 18" hole drilled up from the bottom which then slides over a 36" rebar that is pounded into the ground. This solution has proven to be pretty stable over the month that the fence is up. Hope this helps...



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Love the Diagram. I'm planning a similar end post but was going to use a 2" PVC and the Skull topper. going to try a simple corner angle to attach them.
 

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Was away for Labor Day, then had to work the weekend, but I found some time to crank out the rest of the fence sections. Ended up using pop rivets on the Finials, very happy with the results.. Now just need to work on the End Posts, plus the Cemetery gate.
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