Using the tool
 



The sort of fence that we would all like
 

Fencing is a lot like wallpapering - the long straight runs are relatively easy to do once you are set up for it and for those easy to get at places it doesn't really matter what sort of puller you use. No doubt we would all like fencing runs like that seen in the field above.



What we sometimes have instead
 

However, it's when you get to the corners and into the difficult bits on the margins of a field - through trees and brush, up and down banks, across streams - that the going really gets tough. That is when the Fence Wire Tensioning Tool really makes a monkey out of all the conventional pullers because you can work on short lengths at a time - even individual panels if you are closing a gap.


Going around corners can be difficult

If you have ever tried to pull stock wire (field fence) around awkward corners or up and over a rise, you will know how difficult it is to stretch it evenly. With this tool you can stretch each wire in turn, quickly and easily and the problem of gathering the excess at the top and bottom is minimised. You can work one post at a time, pulling each panel really tight as you go along - even put a different tension on each wire according to the situation.


How often do we see something like this

With the Fence Wire Tensioning Tool it is a really easy job to tighten those difficult short runs that you might need next to gate posts and stiles - but which are too narrow to attach and use a normal puller. They always seem to be left a bit slack - but with this tool you can easily put enough tension on the short section so that leaning gateposts are given a bit of help as well.



How many animals got through this gap ?

What about emergencies. It's late at night and you are called out to repair a break in a fence. You need to work quickly, there are animals all over the road and it is probably raining or snowing as well. (Be honest - does it ever happen on a dry night during a full moon !). You will probably want to put in a bit of temporary stock fence or wire until you can get back to finish the repair properly in daylight. What you don't need is a struggle with a wire stretcher that is heavy, awkward to use and needs three pairs of hands to operate while you are sliding around in the mud in the dark ! Anything that helps you to work quickly, easily and with the minimum of fuss is really going to improve your situation - and get you back home sooner.


We have all got one like this !

Fences are always going to need repairing at some time or another and you will have to decide when it is best to repair or renew. What about those tired fences - we've all got a few that need the slack taking up from time to time before we get around to laying a new fence - or paying someone else to do it. Question is - how much tension can you put on those rusty old wires before they break and threaten your safety. With the Fence Wire Tensioning Tool you are in complete control and you can put as much or as little tension on the wire as you like - pulling individual wires tight as you go along. It really couldn't be easier.


I am confident that you will be amazed by the simplicity and effectiveness of this tool and how much time it will save you in repairs and maintenance alone. For an outlay of only 42.44 + VAT. (or much less on-line) - can you really afford to be without one any longer. Buy on-line today at http://www.drapertools.com or Freephone 0800 085 0800 and ask for Stock No 57547


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