How tight should barbed wire be stretched?

How tight should barbed wire be stretched?

Tension. “You want it tight and straight between posts, with no droops, but not so tight that it vibrates when you hit it, like when sinking staples into the brace posts,” he says.

How tight should barbed wire be?

High tensile barbed wire can be installed up to 30′ with stays. Low carbon wire can be installed at 12-15′. For high tensile barbed wire, pull the wire until it is tight, but not too tight. Over-tightening will cause stress and breakage.

How far apart are barbed wire fence posts?

10 to 12 feet
Standard barbed wire fences (Figure 4) usually have posts spaced 10 to 12 feet apart and use three to five strands of wire.

What kind of machine do I need to pull barbed wire?

This tool is perfect for pulling up electric fencing and barbed wire around your property. Livestock owners, manufacturers, and skid steer dealers use this machine on a regular basis to maintain their property. See for yourself why this machine fits right in with the rest of your equipment by renting or buying today.

What kind of fence puller do I Need?

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Is there a way to rent a wire puller?

All it takes is just one person to maneuver the machine around the property, with fewer laps needed than other tools. Rent or buy the perfect post puller and barbed wire winder tool for farmers and ranchers.

Where is the Dakota wire Winder and post puller made?

After more than 50 years of experience, the Dakota Wire Winder & Post Puller is the easiest tool for farmers to use to remove fences and posts. This fence removal and wire roller is American-made in Wishek, North Dakota.