Gripples will hold nylon tension cable in place and will not let go. These small steel devices are used to secure the nylon tension cable to the deer fence posts or trees. Simple slip the nylon cable through the larger of the two holes, wrap the cable around the fence post and return the cable through the other set of holes in the gripple. The mini ceramic gear will not “back up” unless the release pin is pushed. This is the safest, fastest and easiest way to secure nylon tension cable.
Install your deer fence and chew protection barrier fast with our hog ringer. Makes the job look neater as well. The Hog Ringer is a time-saving tool used to easily attach the tension cable or Chew Protection Barrier to the fence. The Hog Ringer is self-feeding (much like a staple gun) and it bends a “D”-shaped piece of metal into a circle securing the fence to the cable.
This is the quickest, easiest way to attached a zip tie. It enables you to secure a tie much tighten than you would be able to do by hand. This tool will fasten and tighten a tie and cut the excess tail off lickrty-split and best of all you don’t get blistered or cut fingers. When you are installing a lot of ties this tool is a must. We highly recommend this tool.
It is necessary to brace your corner and end posts any time you opt to install Nylon Tension Cable. This kit contains everything you need to brace corners. Recommended for larger enclosures that are installed with Nylon Tension Cable, our Ultra Heavy Duty Corner Post Brace Kits add extra stability and support to the corners of your fence enclosure.