One Way Vices to Tighten Finish Line Fence or Build Trellis 8-9 Gauge
|FINISHLINE FENCING - Line Attachment to Corner/End Posts - It is recommended that Finish-Line Fencing go around the outside of round corner posts and be stapled over an 8" protective insulator. On square end and corner posts, it is recommended that each strand of Finish-Line Fencing terminate and be anchored to the post with a one-way vice, in order to protect the fencing from the sharp edge of the post.|
|For anchoring Finish-Line Horse Fencing to end posts, it is recommended that a "one-way vice" be used. The one-way vice eliminates weaknesses caused by knotting.|
|To install the one-way vice, drill end posts with a 5/8 inch wood drill bit, push the strand through, and slip on the one-way vice. The jaw system automatically grips and prevents slipping after the strand is pulled through the vice. Ask your Finish-Line dealer which commercial vice is most appropriate for your fencing application.|
|Other Installation Options - Finish-Line Fencing can be installed by drilling through line posts and running the Finish-Line Fencing through holes to the end post where it will be anchored. If through-the-post installation is selected, a wooden template (2" x 2" x 6') with holes pre-drilled at the selected spacing will allow fast hole alignment and allow the horse fence to follow the contours of the land.|
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