Thank you for your question. If the posts are 3' center to center, you may be able to cut a single panel for two sections installed with brackets. If they are spaced 3' post to post, you will lose a lot to waste.
Thank you for your question. The insert can be removed from the sleeve, but a standard 2x4 will not fit inside. The inside corners of the sleeve are beveled and the insert is engineered specifically for the sleeve. We also do not recommend the use of longer rails for the fencing as the composite pickets are too heavy and the additional length becomes unstable with the weight of the pickets.
Thank you for your question. We do not have a bracket to attach the rails horizontally as this does not leave enough exposed space to properly fasten the pickets. We are unable to assist you with this.
Cut as easy as wood. Only caution is to not cut the staples if the products you are cutting has the wood insert.
Thank you for your question. The insert in the fence rail is a Port Orford Cedar that is naturally termite and pest resistant.
No. I had to reset the distance between the fencepost to 67.5 inches apart. This is the longest length this product comes.