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    For ages now ive wanted to make a large outdoor run but i couldnt afford to buy stuff to make one
    I had two fold down 4ft runs so i had this great idea of taking two sides off each one and attaching them together but ive just took each side off,but the two joins at the top meet which means there is about a 2" gap down each side i just wanted to use the screws to join them back together,so how do i fill the gaps in now?

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    I'm afraid I can't offer any advice, but I'd thought of doing the same - I have a 6ft run and was going to buy a second to add to it. I look forward to seeing the suggestions made!!
    Jane

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    i did the same thing, i bought some metal plates from b&q with pre drilled holes in them they were about 5x2inches and i used those to attach the runs

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jayney
    i did the same thing, i bought some metal plates from b&q with pre drilled holes in them they were about 5x2inches and i used those to attach the runs
    Do you have a pic?

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    Heres the problem
    without ripping the top off im not sure what to do
    ive got nothing here i can fill the gap with

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    give me 5 minutes and i will have

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jayney
    give me 5 minutes and i will have
    thanks

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    here we go





    hope these are helpful

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    if you used them sideways and screwed them in im sure they would fill the gap nicely

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    Was the gap the same as mine?
    How many did you use and what are they called?

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