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Old 11-06-2010, 07:24 PM   #1
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we're trying to do something exactly like these stairs but hoping to find soemthing in canada or atlesat US. vertical because we're not allowed to do horizontal (climbable). perhaps feeney is the best bet but those wire balisters in my link are identical to what we need, and right outta the box.

thanks in advance for any insight.

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Couldn't you do that with a single cable with holes drilled and slots in the rail and treads, you could cap off the rail once done.

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Old 11-06-2010, 07:57 PM   #3
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i suppose so, but you'd need some kind of washer on the bottom of the stair tread, as I assume feenies cables are meant to lock into their bottom rail of their standard 'designRail'. so i figured finding a longer cable to do what was done in the photo might be better and slightly cooler. but ya perhaps a washer and a 40" cable would do the trick.
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