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I am trying to install some heavy duty mesh fence to round fence posts. The corners are difficult because the posts were to far apart(11') to use the same 3.5 diameter that I use for the post for the corner rails. The best thing I found for it was 3.5 in square after doing a lot of research. Now I am not sure how far above the bottom of the pole to install it. I was going to use lag screws to screw it threw the fence post into the square top rail. Where should the top rail be in relation to the top of the wire mesh? The mesh is 4' high. Right now I have a 2" gap.

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Blade isn't cutting well. It smokes and the wood rides up as it is cutting. The saw is 14 yrs old but blade has only been used a few times. I think it needs alignment. Can I do that myself?


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