How to Build a Rolling Gate?

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Rolling gates can look old fashioned and contemporary or elegant. A lot of people call them rolling gates but they actually are found to be called sliding gates. If you want to build your own you will need a welder, metal, handtools and safety goggles. Follow this link for more detailed information: fdcgates.com
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When you say rolling gate I take it to mean sliding. There are several ways to do it. It is not the easiest thing you have ever done but It will be rewarding.
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