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# Explain rake angle?

## Answer

###### Wiki User

###### December 22, 2009 4:41PM

Rake angle is actually I dont know

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One 6 foot by 6 foot section of chain link fence.
Two six foot lengths of 1/2 inch galvanized angle iron.
14 1/2 inch u-bolts with nuts.
One 10-12 foot section of 1/2 inch galvanized chain.
2 1/2 inch co-links.
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