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If you happen to be in the Fort Worth/Dallas area, here are the local suppliers I went to for this project:
Fencing material: Binford Supply –
Steel post material: Discount Steel –
Lag bolts: Fort Worth Bolt and Tool –

Things I Used in This Project:
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Triton Multi-Stand:
Port-A-Band Saw:
Port-A-Band Saw Stand:
Sitting Stool:
Triton Circular Saw:
Face Shield:
Grinder:
Welder:
Welding Hood:
Welding Gloves:
Welding Jacket:
Welding Magnets:
MIG Pliers:
Chainsaw:
Triton Impact (small):
Triton Impact (large):
Shade Canopy:

In this video I’m starting the process of tearing down my old privacy fence and starting to build a board on board cedar fence in it’s place. I have metal poles already on my existing fence so the first thing I had to do was extend the metal poles the entire height of the fence so the board on board fence will have the support it needs. I used the Lincoln Electric Mig 210 MP welder to weld the pole extensions on. Afterwards I demoed the old fence then started attaching the cedar stringers. This is a huge job so I had to split it into multiple videos. Check out part two for installing the top cap and trim, the board on board pickets, and the boxes around the posts!

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