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Surround your yard or garden with style with this coordinated fence, gate, and arbor you can build any time and install at your convenience.
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On the bracket beam (P), cut a 12-degree bevel on one end. On the bracket mounting block (Q), cut a 45-degree chamfer as shown (Porch Railing Project Diagram--Bracket Assembly). Then cut 45-degree bevels on the bracket support (R) to cut it to length.
Now is a good time to pre-drill lag-screw pilot holes for mounting the bracket on a post. To avoid bumping into the diagonal support while driving the screws, drill the upper pilot holes at a slight angles.