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where to buy double loop fencing

Posted by klew 8 (My Page) on
Sun, Mar 15, 09 at 14:08

I am looking for an old-fashioned kind of wire fencing called double-loop fencing (link to photos below).

Does anyone know of a source for this fencing in our area (western Oregon/Washington)? The only place I can find it is in Texas, and getting it from there to here (PDX) involves rather shocking shipping $$.

Thanks.

Here is a link that might be useful: American Fence & Supply: Double Loop fencing


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RE: where to buy double loop fencing

  • Posted by laurell 8 - Washington (My Page) on
    Fri, Mar 20, 09 at 13:52

I have 2 foot tall tomato cages made out of that stuff, but they were with the house when we bought it.

I came across this in a google search
http://forums.gardenweb.com/forums/load/nwest/msg0613201417945.html


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RE: where to buy double loop fencing

Have you already checked at Home Depot or Lowe's? I could swear I saw some like that last summer....


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RE: where to buy double loop fencing

Hello. I'm laura. we are export company in China. we can supply the fence for kind of design. pls contact me for the details. Thanks.

Laura
E-mail: oiejl-jwn@hotmail.com


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RE: where to buy double loop fencing

Hi,
i saw your post when I was searching for the double loop fence in my area. The link below is to a company in WA.
Best of Luck
Erin

Here is a link that might be useful: heico wire group

This post was edited by 3irish17 on Tue, Feb 26, 13 at 16:55


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