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Hardware to attach aluminum to chain-link fence?

Discussion in 'Product and Supplier Referrals' started by JgS, Nov 5, 2013.

  1. JgS

    JgS Member

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    I'm looking for suggestion for Hardware to attach aluminum to chain-link fence. Needs to be semi-permanent. Thanks.
     
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  2. JgS

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    Forgot to mention it is going to be .040 aluminum. 4 ft. x 2 ft.
     
  3. Gino

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    Anything from wire ties, to zip-locks to fender washers to 2" x 4" boards.

    How 'bout the size and what thickness aluminum ?? .032..... 040..... 050...... 063 ?? That will help tremendously. .080 aluminum 48" x 96" will be fairly different from an 18" x 24" .032.
     
  4. JgS

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    Its 040 4' x 2'.
     
  5. Gino

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    What J Hill has shown is perfect.

    I've never seen them before. I think I'm going to invest in them heavily. We do a lotta little league signs and they use all kinds of things, but that is sa-weeet !!


    :thankyou: J Hill
     
  6. don't buy those, make your own! Cut Alum. Plates and punch hole in center, The use them in for corners and bolt It together
     
  7. JgS

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    Thanks JHill that is almost exactly what I am looking for. Although something a little more economically priced would be better. Wonder if thy will give a quantity discount.
     
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    i think N. Glantz has this stuff, maybe tyrrell tech and fellers used to carry them
     

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    or you could just make something out of some scrap alum and buy a couple of bolts
     
  10. Billct2

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    We make our own out of cutoffs
     
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