1989 - Volume #13, Issue #2, Page #29[ Sample Stories From This Issue | List of All Stories In This Issue | Print this story | Read this issue]
Fast new Fence Fixer"If this handy new tool doesn't cut your fence installation or mending time in half, return it for a full refund. No one has ever done this yet," says Marvin Motley, inventor of a fence-fixing device he claims is "far superior to older methods."
Called the "Fast Fence Fixer," it allows you to tighten a loose fence wire in only 5 to 10 seconds, says Motley. Works on a wide variety of fencing, including barbed wire, smooth wire, woven wire, all-purpose stock fence and the new New Zealand wire fence.
The tool, made of lightweight aluminum with steel plunger, pins and spring), is small enough to carry in your back pocket. With leverage provided by a T-shaped handle, the tool twists loose wire into a slip-proof figure 8 knot that takes up the slack. Tight-ens slack fence without having to remove steel post fasteners, or staples in wooden posts. It also works great to splice broken wires, according to Motley.
Sells for $29.95, plus $2.50 for shipping.
For more information, contact: FARM SHOW Followup, M/M Distributors, 28818 S.E. 216th Way, Maple Valley, Wash. 98038 (ph 206 432-5839).
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