Your total opening add 400mm = that's the gate size you require
arrow1
Step 4.
You don't need to have your driveway sealed to have a sliding gate can operate on gravel driveway !



wheel aligment
Gravel Driveway
Soil
Concrete or Brick Driveway
wheel side view
box18
Mono Rails have small footings welded to the bottom of the rail 
If your planning to have a concrete strip a 200mm Wide x 200mm Deep is ideal then you simply attach the above track to it.
We supply anchors with every kit
line15
line10
showing the wheel inside the gate
after the track was layed
digging holes before laying track
floor track
arrow17
50 mm
arrow16
15mm High
track fastener
arrow20
square1
Weld 250mm footings every 1000mm
250mm
50x50
or
65x65

How to measure for a Sliding gate

Step 1.
Measure your total gate opening from the inside of post to post or pillar to pillar then add an extra 400mm for the Tail

Step 2
How solid are your gate post or wall - Generally speaking a 10 year old child could hold the gate upright

Step 3.
Have you enough area in length for the gate when open (called the back space)
Your Fence
Measure your
opening
then add an extra
400mm
400mm
Tail area to allow for the Gate Motor to work.
Birdseye View
Your Fence
car beside a sliding gate installed
Soil
car near a sliding gate
Mono Rail
Floor Track screwed onto the Mono Rail
diy gate frame
DIY
Gate Frames
  Related Products
Delivering
Australia-wide
and WorldWide
 
Delivering
Around Australia Daily
deliveryman
dhl logo
Australian Post
tnt logo