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1-3/8 in x 10 ft. 6 in. 17-Gauge Galvanized Top Rail

  • 17-Gauge, 1-3/8 in. diameter galvanized tubular steel
  • Galvanized for rust prevention
  • Provides framework to support fences and stretch fabric
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Our YARDGARD 1-3/8 in x 10 ft. 6 in. 17-gauge galvanized top rail is part of the fence framework and helps support the chain link fabric horizontally. These posts are used at the top of a chain link fence to allow the chain link fabric to attach. Made from galvanized steel, this top rail connects to terminal posts with rail ends and brace bands.
  • To calculate how much materials you would need for your fencing project, type in yard-gard.com/fencecalculator in a new browser to get an estimate
  • Galvanized for longevity
  • Provides horizontal framework support to which the top of the chain link fabric attaches
  • 17-Gauge wire
  • 10 ft. 6 in. in length with one end smaller to fit into the larger end of the next top rail piece
  • Easy installation
  • Connects to terminal posts with rail ends and brace bands (not included)


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Specifications

Details

Accessory Type
Chain Link Fence Fittings
Features
No Additional Features
Fencing Material Compatibility
Chain Link
Product Weight (lb.)
8.13 lb
Returnable
90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
N/A

Questions & Answers

52Questions31Answers

This pipe is 1-3/8" by 10 foot, 6". You have a pipe that is 10 feet long, and all ten feet will f...

Asked by James April 1, 2021
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I'm not understanding your question. The tube is swaged down to fit into the large end of another top rail pipe. There's no other tube sold. I don't understand your concept. If you want to make a reinforced tube the best thing is to purchase a piece of electrical EMT and slide it inside like a piece of Shelby tubing is made. Best I can do for your question.

What is the order number for the 10 foot piece of pipe that fits inside of this pipe? Please and ...

Asked by James April 1, 2021
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Other than the same item, I just discovered the large end ID is just barely larger than the OD of 1" EMT conduit. I am thus going to make use of both of these, cutting the rail as overlapping ten foot sections of 1" EMT for a particular project (not for fencing). I happened to have one of these rails laying around where I live and finally found out what it is. https://www.homedepot.com/p/1-in-x-10-ft-Electric-Metallic-Tube-EMT-Conduit-101568/100400409

what is the outside dimension of this pipe?

Asked by Charlie January 24, 2021
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1 & 6/16 Inch or 34mm

what is the inner diameter of the top rail

Asked by brian November 28, 2020
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Well the post is 17 guage which means the metal is 1 / 17th of an inch thick. Subtract that form 1 and 3/8 to get your size.

Has anyone here used this for a antenna mast? I'm looking to make mine 20 ft long. Also without ...

Asked by Allan October 9, 2020
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ORIGINAL POSTER: Not sure how to reply on responses left, so doing it this way. First of all, thanks to all that have responded and much appreciated. One thing I failed to include was that this is fastening on to a chimney. The current setup is three 5 ft sections holding up a big old antenna. No guy wires at all. Still look pretty steady, just ain't working as well as a new one. I decided that I'm just going to use one 10 ft section without guy wires. The new antenna is lighter and smaller, so I don't expect to have to do any updating on this install.

inside measurement of both ends.

Asked by Man July 29, 2020
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OK, you should realize that this is fence tubing. Nothing is perfectly round or machine suage. This will give you a reasonable approximation of what you're looking at. Large end now 1.375 minus the 17 gauge of .088 equals 1.287 inches. The smaller end now 1.287 minus the 17 gauge of .088 equals 1.192 inches. Whatever you're doing with it these are approximations as the tube has slight varying thickness. This is fence top rail tubing. Best I can do for you with the information you gave

can I get these in 21 ft? If i choose curbside pickup can i get my 10 % discount?

Asked by jeff July 28, 2020
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The answer to your two questions is, not to my knowledge.

How much would it cost to make a dog kennel 10 by 10

Asked by Marshmallow July 15, 2020
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OK, MY BEST QUOTE FOR MATERIALS. 2 BAGS FENCE TIES $6.28 EA 16 TENSION BANDS $158 EA 8 RAIL ENDS $.98EA 5 POST CAPS$188EA 8 TENSION BARS $4.98 EA 4 LIVEPOSTEYETOPS $1.98 EA 2 BRACE BANDS $1.58 EA 1 GATE HARDWARE $19.54 EA 1 BAG CARRIAGE BOLTS $19.54 EA 1 GATE $96.80 EA 4 TOP RAILS $ 14 EA 5 CORNER GATE POSTS $14 EA 1-6FT.CHAIN LINK FENCE $ 298 FOR 50 FT 2 GATE HINGE MALE $4.98 EA 2 GATE HINGE FEMALE $ 2.98 EA 1 BOX 5/16 4 INCH BOLTS $14.99 EA 1 BOX 5/16 NUTS $6.99 EA 2 STRONG SONS UNPAID BUT PROMISES OF BBQ'D STEAK DINNER WITH FIXINGS $ 134. 1 BOTTLE 1.75 LITER CUDDY SARK $30 EA THIS WAS MY ACTUAL COST TO BUILD MY OWN DOG KENNEL. I SUPPLIED MY OWN ICE

Do you think this would be OK as an in-gtound post to hang string lights from?

Asked by Noel June 13, 2020
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I don't know why it wouldn't, these posts usually hold 50-100lbs doing their intended job.

Can these be bent to build bows for a hoop house? If so what is needed to bend them?

Asked by Clint February 17, 2020
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Definite YES, tons of videos on youtube, benders are between $40-60 usually and for all different widths. This is the same type of pipe commercial high tunnel kits come with just those come pre-bent. We found everything but the bender at Jigglygreenhouse.com and build a 12'x32' high tunnel for under $750 and thats with 4' hoop spacing and cross bracing for northern michigan snowload.

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Customer Reviews

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Purchased it to use as a poll to mount a cell phone booster antenna. Worked Great.
Purchased it to use as a poll to mount a cell phone booster antenna. Worked Great.
by Dave
1 person found this helpful
Work as advertised. Easy to remove old bent one and...
Work as advertised. Easy to remove old bent one and install new one in 20 minutes
by Brent
I install home TV antenna systems and use it for antenna mast. The swedge end is perfect to put t...
I install home TV antenna systems and use it for antenna mast. The swedge end is perfect to put two pieces together and if I need a five footer I just cut one in half. Next time I need another it's ready and I put it on the bottom and use a self tapping screw to to secure the two together. Plus they are less cost the actual mast pipe so my profit margin is greater or I can pass the savings on to the customer.
by FortyWatt
5 people found this helpful
Rebuilding missing fence pieces was no challenge. The parts fit and does blend into older fence.
Rebuilding missing fence pieces was no challenge. The parts fit and does blend into older fence.
by FlaGangi
1 person found this helpful
Needed a replacement for 10’ 16 ga antenna mast, this worked fine
Needed a replacement for 10’ 16 ga antenna mast, this worked fine
by Pat
8 people found this helpful
Did the job to fix my fence....
Did the job to fix my fence.
by MPG
Used as tv antenna pole drill hole no problem. This pole bends a littlrin windy conditions which ...
Used as tv antenna pole drill hole no problem. This pole bends a littlrin windy conditions which may have affect on signal. A brace can help stableze movement.
by Mofromva
4 people found this helpful
The 1-3/8 top rail tubing was just what I needed to complete bracing on my hoop house. I used th...
The 1-3/8 top rail tubing was just what I needed to complete bracing on my hoop house. I used the ten and half foot sections together to make twenty one feet and did cross bracing between the twenty eight feet wide bows. This strengthen the 15 feet high center arches and still allow me access with my large tractor inside the 3000 sq ft structure. They were easily connected with Tek screws. I purchased more than thirty sections and plan to build more structures exclusively with these top rails.
by River2canoe
12 people found this helpful
Worked great for making a railing at my lake House
Worked great for making a railing at my lake House
by hmrailing
1 person found this helpful
Hand Rail and beyond
I used this rail for a hand rail on a 5 step set I built for my sons' patio area. I had purchased the wood the day before, cut and assembled the steps. Finding there are no preset stair hand rails, I used this Galvanized Top rail along with Galvanized bolts to hold it in place. The whole rail was then bolted into the wooden step frame along and under the bottom.
by Cnjontheroad
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