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Old 04-18-00, 08:04 AM
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I need some advice, I installed a fence on a hill and when I tighten it I can pull three links together with my hand. any ideas on how to get the top as tight as the bottom. I did use a fence stretcher.

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Old 04-29-00, 05:53 AM
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Use a wire strecher. They work great.

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I need some advice, I installed a fence on a hill and when I tighten it I can pull three links together with my hand. any ideas on how to get the top as tight as the bottom<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

 
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Old 05-15-00, 01:28 PM
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hang the chain link on the top rail to grade
and tie it to the rail you will notice that
the wire itself will bypass the post on the
bottom at the top of hill and the wire will bypass the post on the top at the bottom of the hill you then need to insert the ten bar
into the wire at the post level top to bottom
this is a mider in fence terms the wire that
is beyond the bar gets cut off and the n can
be pulled with your puller 732-381-3111
 
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Old 05-15-00, 01:31 PM
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hang the chain link on the top rail to grade
and tie it to the rail you will notice that
the wire itself will bypass the post on the
bottom at the top of hill and the wire will bypass the post on the top at the bottom of the hill you then need to insert the ten bar
into the wire at the post level top to bottom
this is a mider in fence terms the wire that
is beyond the bar gets cut off and the n can
be pulled with your puller 732-381-3111
 
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