Step 1
Lay the track end to end
Step 2
Use the Tube joiner supplied this provides easy alignment of the track and provides access for a wire if required to supply power or to connect Safety beams from one side to the other under the track instead of digging under the driveway.
Step 3
Make sure there enough of the tube joiner in both end of the track and the wire is laying centre of the track.
Step 4
Bring the ends together
Step 5
Drill the first hole making sure the required depth is drilled,

A hammer drill with a masonary drill is required.

How to lay floor track for a Sliding Gate

Joining Floor Track

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drill 4 holes to join sliding gate track
all the holes are drilled and zipfix installed
Step 6
Once the hole depth has been reached simply push in Zipfix and hammer down the nail this will expand in the hole making a solid fixing to hold down the floor track
Step 7
Continue to drill the remainder 4 holes
Step 8
Once all the holes are drilled it should look like this
I recommend to drill every hole and fix with fasteners where the vehicle runs over the track, but behind the fence no need every second hole is ample.

The depth


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