– END POST ATTACHMENT FOR COATED WIRE
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Mark the posts for proper buckle placement (for more details
see the “How To Mark Posts” PDF).
For ease of attachment, drill a 3/8˝ (9mm) pilot hole for a
1/2˝ (12mm) lag screw. Do not overtighten lag screw!
Use the proper buckle for your application:
- Pre-Bent 45º Attaching Buckle: 45º provides correct mounting
position (for end and gate posts)
- Straight Attaching Buckle: (use on square posts, buildings or
other flat surfaces)
- Attaching options for non-insulated buckles:
A) Lag Screw and Washer (shown in photo)
B) Four - Wide Shoulder Hex Head Drive Screws
C) Two - 2˝ (51mm) barbed staples
All Buckles are laced the same
(Pre-Bent 45º Attaching Buckle
See diagrams below.
- Insert coated wire into second hole
(closer to center of Buckle)
- Using your hand - bend the end of the coated wire to as close
to parallel to each other as possible. Looking for 1/2˝ (12mm)
radius bend between wires.
Insert the end into the remaing hole and push both wires back
through the holes as far as possible.
First bend the end of the coated wire up into the buckle.
Use bolt cutters to trim off any surplus.
The second bend takes the coated wire up toward buckle,
tight against the first bend.
Final tension the fence - creating a nice, clean and
safe installation. (for more details see the “Donut
Tensioner for Coated Wire - Installation” PDF)
• Pre-Bent 45º Attaching Buckle
• Straight Attaching Buckle
Other Tools Needed
• Bolt Cutters
• Impact Wrench and Socket
• Hex Head Screw Gun
Other Related PDF Info Sheets
• How to Mark Posts
• Donut Tensioner for Coated
Wire - Installation
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Pat. No. 7,566,047, Pat. No. 6,533,881 and other Patents Pending
Non-Conductive Coated Wire
Just – buckle it up!
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