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    Matt Dunlap Guest

    Beis fence question

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    Yes, it's normal. When locked down, though, there shouldn't be any play.
    Jim D.

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    Mine moves a ton when unlocked but always locks down square. My model is called T Square but must be about the same.

    After seeing you photo Jim I am going to have to redo mine. Looks very professional.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Allen Bookout View Post
    Mine moves a ton when unlocked but always locks down square. My model is called T Square but must be about the same.

    After seeing you photo Jim I am going to have to redo mine. Looks very professional.
    That's because us Jims are really good looking people. Right Jim.

    By the way I agree with Jim as well. No problemo on the fence movement.
    I once heard that cats and women will do darn well what they please and that men and dogs would do well to accept it and just go on.

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