circlew wrote:Are you using them for electric fence? I was gave 40 12' sticks of used 3/4 pvc pipe and I cut them into 4' post. Works very well for electric fences.
MarkM wrote:Schedule 40 3/4 inch PVC is not too flexible. However, it will not drive into ground that is very hard. It is not stiff enough to drive well. I put in mostly painted fiberglass, but have also used PVC. My concern is how it will weather. I did put a cap on top to keep it from collecting water.
hillbillycwo wrote:Dun, How thick is the pipe? Will it hold up HT?
HDRider wrote:circlew wrote:Are you using them for electric fence? I was gave 40 12' sticks of used 3/4 pvc pipe and I cut them into 4' post. Works very well for electric fences.
Yes, for electric fence.
Help me understand the 3/4 pvc.... That is not a solid post, it is a hollow pipe, right? Did you use that as a sleeve around metal/wood or something. I would have thought pipe was too flexible. What am I missing?
Free is good, especially when it works....
papavillars wrote:Dun, I am interested in the way you use conduit. Would you explain,fittings,diameter,and if used caps . Thanks
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