In this segment, you will learn the specifications of typical High Tensile wire and why th…

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You’ll also learn the specifications of line posts and how deep to set them. Now it’s time to string the guidewire. High Tensile a wire is typically 12.5 gauge200,000 PSIor 250-pound wire with the class 3galvanized coating for long life. One way to install wire is to use a spinning jenny wired de-realer. String the wire around the outside of all corner posts, Now I’ll teach you some signs for furniture. Furniture, couch, couch; chair, chair; coffee table, coffee … and tie off at the end posts. Then staple the wire tothe dip and rise posts at the bottom wire position.
Generally, 4 to 8 inches above the ground depending on your wire spacing. Next, use chain grab wire puller at the end post. Or temporarily install a strainer by using a crimping sleeve to tension the wire,until it is about four inches off the ground or at the lowest wire position. Refer to Chapter eight in-lines strainers and spring installation for propertechniques to tension wire using inline strainers. With guide wire now installed, you’re ready to start installing the line posts. Line post should be at least eight feet long and 4 inches in diameter if usingwooden posts. T-posts can also be used and should be driven into the ground at least 24 to 30inches.
Using the guide wire, mark posts locations with paint or flags. As a rule of thumb, line posts are spaced about 30 feet apart,but that depends on many factors including the number of wires in thefence,the terrain, hills and dips, as well as type and number of animals beingcontrolled. Increasing the distance between the posts, reduces the cost of the fence. In uneven terrain, line post should be set at right angles to the ground,not vertically or plum as in decorative fencing. Line posts should be driven atleast 30 inches into the ground.