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    In Australia we would cut a rebate in the post for the rails. Each rail would be attached to three post, and if you do it correctly the joins for the top and bottom rail are on the same post, the middle rail on the intermediate post.

    Looks like a tough site to build a fence. Thank you for sharing.

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    We also don't sit our posts in concrete, but rather mix dry cement with soil and let it slowly harden. Water tend to trap between concrete and posts and cause premature rotting.

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    @Handyjack. That would make one solid fence. I thought about doing rebates but figured it would be much easier to just screw the supports to the face with the changes in the slope. Thanks for watching.

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