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70 in. x 1-1/4 in. x 1-1/4 in. Black Aluminum Fence Channels for 6 ft. high fence, 2 per pack, includes screws.

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  • Attach to Slipfence posts for a 6' high fence
  • 2 channels and screws for a 6ft.h x 6ft.w Horizontal fence panel
  • Easy to install, just slip in 13 deck boards 1" x 5.5" x 6ft.
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About This Product

Add warmth and privacy to your yard this year with the Slipfence Horizontal Fence system. This Aluminum Channel Kit includes 2 (two) channels needed to build one 6ft. high fence panel. This kit combined with the Slipfence Post Kit SF2-PK309, SF2-PK310, provides a strong and long-lasting framework for your horizontal fence project. Attach these two channels to Slipfence Aluminum posts, then slip in regular 1 in. thick deck boards, (called 5/4 boards), sold separately into these channels. The result is a warm, fully private, contemporary, horizontal wood fence that has the strength and endurance of an aluminum fence with the warmth and privacy of a wood fence.This system requires Slipfence Aluminum posts and a Slipfence pair of Cap Rails, either one for the bottom and one for the top of each panel or one just for the top of each panel.Search SF2-PK309 for postsSearch SF2-HCR84-2 for Cap RailOnce your Slipfence horizontal fence system is installed, the wood will appear too high for the channels. Please allow approximately 4-6 weeks for the wood to shrink and settle down to approximately 1" above the tops of the two side channels and then cut your cap rail to size and slip it onto the top of each panel.

Highlights

  • Inside channel width 1-1/8 in. to accommodate a 5/4 in. deck board with an actual thickness of 1 in.
  • Kit includes 2 channels 70 in. L10pcs. - #12 self-drilling stainless screws to affix the channels to a SLIPFENCE Aluminum post.50pcs. - #8 Stainless wood screws to fasten boards to channels
  • Tools neededImpact Drill, #2, and #3 Star (Phillips), driverThe aluminum blade on saw.
  • Recommended space between posts is 6 feet. If posts are set longer than 6 feet apart, It is recommended that one deck board be fastened to the back side of the fence panel after the board shrinking period of 6 weeks has passed to eliminate board bowing or warping.
  • To be used with Slipfence Aluminum posts:SF2-PK308 - 8-foot postSF2-PK309 - 9-foot postSF2-PK310 - 10-foot post
  • Screw holes are countersunk for screws to seat flat, leaving a nice flush surface inside the channel to slide in deck boards
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Product Information

Internet # 303150413

Model # SF2-HCK06

Store SO SKU #1002875324

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Height (in.)

70 in

Product Thickness (in.)

0.125 in

Product Width (in.)

1.25 in

Details

Color Family

Aluminum

Color/Finish

Black Powder coated

Features

Painted

Material

Aluminum

Product Weight (lb.)

5 lb

Recommended Fastener

Screws

Returnable

90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty

5 years on paint, 25 year aluminum

Questions & Answers

101Questions
caret
Q:Can I attach this to a 4x4 steel post and What screws would I use to attach?
by|Jun 15, 2024
1 Answer
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A:  We do not recommend this as the aluminum channels and the steel post are dissimilar metals and then the two are fastened to one another you will create a galvanic corrosion.

by|Jun 18, 2024
    caret
    Q:Can these channels and recommended fence posts strong enough be uses on a deck that's 20 feet off the ground? If someone falls into them, will they be strong enough to absorb the impact? We are planning to use 6 feet composite decking boards.
    by|Apr 30, 2024
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    A:  In this particular situation we would not recommend using composite deck boards as a privacy screen/ fence/ railing system.

    by|May 1, 2024
      caret
      Q:I purchased this and the posts for my fence project. Now I can't find 5/4" lumber anywhere, including Home Depot. You would think that the Home Depot would sell the lumber for this fence system that they also sell!
      by|Jan 3, 2024
      1 Answer
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      A:  Hi Russell, I am not sure why the 5/4 board is not available in your region. Please send me your zip code and I will send details for mills/ suppliers in your region. customerservice@slipfence. Sorry for the inconvenience.

      by|Jan 6, 2024
        caret
        Q:Can I install the channels on PT top and botton rails? My client wants vertical boards for her fence.
        by|Oct 17, 2023
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        A:  Hi, I don't understand your question. We offer 2 styles of fence Horizontal (SF2-HCK06) and Vertical (SF2-VSK92). With both systems you can offer a cap rail. Please call 1-866-336-2340 and I can answer any other questions. Hope this helps.

        by|Oct 18, 2023
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          Customer Reviews

          4.4 out of 5

          • 4.4 out of 150 reviews
          • 79% recommend this product
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          Really easy to install and use! Makes building a privacy fence a breeze!
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          Great Product
          This product worked perfectly for my horizonal privacy fence on my deck. The posts were sturdy and it all went together as planned.
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          SLIP FENCE - GREAT OPTION!
          Excellent system for fencing or screening panels.
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          DO NOT uses the screws included in this kit
          I bought the slipfence channels along with the posts to install a fence around a new retaining wall. I’m installing teak boards for the wood at substantial cost. The black screws that are included in this kit are defective. The screw heads snapped off on roughly 35% of them no matter the clutch setting and or gentle i drove the screw in. I had to drill additional holes and have a bunch of broken screws that will promote rotting in the long run. Extremely disappointed
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            Easy to cut and work with for our small project. Online installation tutorial gave great information.
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            Nice sturdy material
            The only thing I'd change is to not pre-drill the holes for the boards because the holes don't line up unless you have perfectly sized boards. We also chose to leave a space between the boards, so i had to drill some extra holes.
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              Great looking fence!!
              Item was exactly as shown in the website photos.
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              A beautiful privacy screen. and enjoyed the simplified YouTube install...
              A beautiful privacy screen. and enjoyed the simplified YouTube install instructions. Nice DYI project. Worth the added costs. and plan on two additional slip-fence/privacy screen projects! Lwilliams NRH Texas
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              Attached to 4x4 posts.
              Attached to 4x4 cedar posts. No problems with cutting the metal or attaching to wood post.
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              The main thing that is wrong about this design is it was designed for 5/4" (1" nominal) thick dec...
              The main thing that is wrong about this design is it was designed for 5/4" (1" nominal) thick deckboards. Good luck finding anything reasonable cost at that thickness! I can't find anything at Home Depot or Blue Home Depot. I ended up going to a lumber yard and they told me the only thing the have at 5/4" is ipe and it was expensive! Instead I brought 1" (3/4" nominal) X 6 cedar and filling in the extra 1/4" gap with a length of 1" wide extruded aluminum from my local metal depot at $9/pc then drilling through holes to match up with the channel. I did that with 4 channels before realizing I'm better off buying .125" wall 1" X 1" (3/4" inside the channel) aluminum channels from the metal depot and making my own rails. Sure I have to drill my own holes, paint them myself, and buy my own screws but the material were only $8 for a 72" section. The posts on the other hands were a good value.
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