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Thegoatman22

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    12.5 smooth wire

    The prob is its not even 170, is not hi tensile. I thought maybe for electric top lines. I like the 170 and 180. The 200 snaps everytime I try to tie a knot. When my brace wire fails, which isnt very often it is usually where the wire gets knicked from the teeth of something, or a fence is over stretched.
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    12.5 smooth wire

    I just bought 4 100 lbs rolls of 12.5 smooth wire. It was supposed to be 170 kpsi, but in typical form for that farm store they gave me non hi tensile. What kind of use does it have?
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    Metal H posts

    Done
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    Metal H posts

    Ok, so when I have a post that wants to lift up, but is on an existing fence I drive those duck bills from kencove. That would be a tiebacks then?
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    Metal H posts

    I totally misread you comment, sorry
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    Metal H posts

    What do you end up paying for that pipe?Looking online the 3 in is pretty expensive. I mean I do get that it lasts 10 times longer if not more
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    Metal H posts

    By tie back donyou mean foot the post?, and not sure what you mean by stubby? I must have miss read something earlier, I had thought you said you didnt need to tie the H post, glad I checked
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    Metal H posts

    Why wouldn't you drive them?
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    Metal H posts

    I want to revisit the metal posts instead of wood. What gauge and width pipe are you guys using, it looks like three inch. And are you cementing them in or just driving them. And since you weld the Hpost do you still need the tensioning wire on the H post
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    Tying small box wires

    I was just coming on to ask about doing this instead of striping knots and tying the non climb. I hate stripping non climb, so time consuming
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    Battery Chainsaw

    I used a sthil one once, it was awesome, very impressed. But dont know about the rain.
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    Measurement app

    I just downloaded it to try it, but it does not have great reviews
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    Measurement app

    What android app would people here recommend to measure fence lines for bidding?
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    Tying small box wires

    I have started using the t gripples for the top and bottom line, because I hate to tie that thicker wire, especially on the bottom line. But it would be like 20 bucks to die off no climb with t gripples
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    One man augers

    I was looking at their towable, you think this one is better. How does it react when it hits rocks and roots.
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