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Hole Drilling Guidelines

Hole Drilling Guidelines for CableView Cable Railing Systems



During the install of your CableView Deck Railing System, you may find that you need to drill holes in the posts to accomodate your needs. This chart is designed to assure you are drilling the smallest hole needed for our fittings and cable.

Find the type of fitting you're using, and the type of post (terminal or intermediate) and drill the holes as recommended in the chart.

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