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I am in the process of assembling this fence and may not be attaching the end caps correctly.  These caps are supposed to be attached using the 8 nylon pop rivets.  When I put the pop rivets in the holes, there is not nearly enough friction to hold the end caps.  In fact a good shake and the end caps fall off.  Can someone tell me how you are supposed to get these rivets to hold the end cap on.

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Joe, need more info.

Pictures would help too.

Joe, please get in touch with the Kreg Customer Service Team at 800-447-8638. After you provide them with specific details of the issues you are experiencing, they will be able to walk you through possible solutions.
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Thanks for the reply but I figured it out.

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