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Treated Softwood Plate for Cleft Rail

£5.15£5.75 inc. VAT

  • Sawn, treated softwood plates, mortised for 2 or 3 rails are used to attach cleft rails to square gate posts, walls or existing fencing.
  • Standard size is 1.2m x 100 x 75.

Additional information


1.2m (47 1/4")

No. of Mortices

2 Pairs, 3 Pairs

Trade and quantity discounts may be available. Delivery available to Tunbridge Wells, Tonbridge, East Grinstead, Crowborough and surrounding areas.

All prices include VAT at 20% and are subject to change without prior notice.

Product photographs and images are for illustration purposes only, the actual product may vary from the photos shown. The colour of softwood timber may vary in colour from the photos. Treated softwood timber will have a green tint which will slowly fade in the sun. Metric/Imperial conversions are approximate.

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