2005 - Volume #29, Issue #2, Page #26[ Sample Stories From This Issue | List of All Stories In This Issue | Print this story | Read this issue]
Net Wire Fence Stretcher Works Fast, Won't Slip
Everett lives in an area with a lot of wild animal farms, where they put up 8-ft. high game-proof high-tensile fences.
The fence stretcher consists of two long metal bars - a pulling bar made from 2 by 2-in. metal tubing, and a gripping bar which has a series of metal prongs on it. A chain hooks to both ends of the pulling bar and to the back of a pickup or tractor.
"The puller attaches in a way that allows the wire to automatically lock into itself. It won't slip," says Everett. "The harder you pull on the wire, the harder it pulls against itself.
"It's simple and goes together quickly. Once a fence builder uses it he won't go back to using anything else," notes Everett.
Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Russell Everett, 865 C. R. 513, D'Hanis, Texas 78850 (ph 830 363-6133; email: reverett@ maverickfencestretchers.com; website: www.maverickfencestretchers.com).
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