Mark all posts. (see “How
To Mark Posts” PDF)
- For the best looking
fence, the rails should
be placed equal
- Find the center tangent
of each post - this will
- Use a tape measure or a
marking board to locate and
mark the top of each bracket -
from the top down.
Attach Top Rail Insulator
Bracket (see Diagram
- Top holes only
- Use wide shoulder, hex head
drive screws for each bracket
Attach Line Post Insulator Bracket (see Diagram
- Top holes only
- Use wide shoulder, hex head drive screws for each bracket
- Bracket must be at right angle to rail - allowing for
movement (see Diagram
Payout rail and insert into brackets
- To best protect the rail - Use either a “Payout Box”
or an oversized spinning jenny
PLUS – LINE POST INSULATED BRACKET ATTACHMENT
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Pat. No. Des. D658,485, Pat. No. Des. D658,484 and other Patents Pending
• Top Rail Insulator Bracket
• Line Post Insulator Bracket
- Colors: White, Black and Brown
- Size: 4˝ (102mm)
Other Tools Needed
• Payout Box or Oversized
• Impact Wrench
• Wide Shoulder, Hex Head
Other Related PDF Info Sheets
• How to Mark Posts
• Rail Payout Box
SAFETY FIRST: USE SAFETY EYE GLASSES AND GLOVES.
Place bracket on tangent of post and rail.
If the bracket is off center it will pinch or
bind the rail when tensioning.
Lift and slide rail in place (see Diagram
) from bottom
of insulator up into the top slot.
Cup rail so it snaps into the bottom slot of insulator
Finish attaching all insulator brackets to line posts
- Bottom hole for Insulator Brackets and Top Metal
- Top hole for Line Post Metal Insulated Brackets
Line Post Metal Insulated Brackets
Use bottom hole to attach bracket,
slide rail and insulator from the top.
Just – buckle it up!