make own fence posts

How to Make Your Own Fence Post Caps | Home Guides | SF Gate

1. Find some 2-inch-thick redwood or cedar lumber that is 2 inches wider than the fence posts. For example, make caps for 4-by-4-inch posts with 2-by-6-inch lumber.【Get Price】

Harvest Your Own Wooden Fence Posts - YouTube

The Backwoodsman's Institute presents: Harvest Your Own Fence Posts. In this video Scott is cutting fence posts on his property. You can save alot of money b...【Get Price】

How to Build a Wire Fence - The Home Depot

A post driver is a hollow 2½-foot-long metal tube with handles and a cap at the top. Fit it over the post, lift the tube and ram the top down on the posts. Once all the posts are set, hook the mesh over the hooks on one end post. Pull the mesh taut and then attach it to the next post, working your way from post to post until the fence is complete.【Get Price】

What Trees Make the Best Fence Posts? | eHow

Douglas fir is commonly used in the Pacific Northwest. Both tree species are strong, straight trees that provide quality fence posts. You can cut and age your own posts or purchase pressure-treated whitewood posts from post and pole sawmills, lumberyards or do-it-yourself home and garden centers.【Get Price】

Treated Fence Posts for Free - Modern Homesteading - MOTHER EARTH NEWS

The story of an old time Texas homesteader who makes his own treated fence posts from cleared wood and used motor oil. By Bob and Sue Buckner | September/October 1974 "Papa" John Bunyan Harrell ...【Get Price】