We have a very good customer who wants us to put up a removable burlap fence to protect his arbs from salt damage. He lives on a very busy four lane road and we've already had to replace three arbs since we installed them four years ago. In the winter the salt trucks just flood his road and it's burning out the North West sides of his arbs. He got the township to approve an 8' fence as long as it's removable. It's gonna be 160' long, if we put posts in every 6' that gives us 27 posts. So we figured we'd auger holes and put some kind of sleeve buried in the ground that would be permanent. Then we could slip our 4x4 posts into the sleeves and bolt them together. As far as the burlap goes, i'm hoping we can just pull it tight and staple or nail it to the posts. I'm not sure how that will hold up against the wind though. I could really use any feedback you guys may have on how to go about this. Any experiences with this sort of thing or just your two cents would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.