How it Works


 
Using the FWTT is simplicity itself as you can see.





Locate the wire position on the fence post by loose tacking with a staple. Pull the wire tight by hand to take up any slack and pull barbs through as necessary.
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Position the pivoting foot of the tool against the fence post with the wire lying between the jaws. Adjust gripping position to exert maximum leverage as required.
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Rotate the handle to close the jaws on the wire. This can be done one handed while taking up any slack on the wire with the other hand.
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With the jaws closed and gripping the wire - continue to lever the tool against the fence post in order to stretch the wire to the desired tension.
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Pass the handle between hands while maintaining tension on the wire then hammer in the staple to secure the wire to the fence post.
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You release the tension on the wire by simply moving the handle back towards the post. A spring mechanism assists in opening the jaws so there is no snagging, jamming or anything to unclamp. You can now move on to the next wire or the next post.

YES - it is as easy as that. It even has a handy hook to hang it on the wire when you stop for lunch!


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