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YARDGARD

Model # 308706A

Internet # 202024335

Store SKU # 551554

6 ft. x 50 ft. 11.5-gauge Galvanized Steel Chain Link Fabric

$85.00 / roll
If you buy 5 or more
$76.50 / roll
  • Galvanized prior to weaving to eliminate burrs and sharp surfaces
  • One roll covers 50 feet when stretched
  • It can be used for commercial or residential

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Product Overview

The YARDGARD 6 ft. x 50 ft. 11.5-Gauge Chain Link Fabric has been galvanized before weaving to help eliminate sharp edges and burrs that can cut or scratch you. This chain link fabric can be used for building a fence around your home or even business. This fabric is made of galvanized steel and has a silver finish.

  • Made of galvanized steel for durability
  • Galvanized silver finish
  • Top and bottom of fabric ends knuckled (bent over) to eliminate sharp edges
  • 2-3/8 in. mesh
  • Roll-out design for easy installation
  • Buying Guide:
  • Roll-out design for easy installation
  • Meets or exceeds ASTM standards
  • Buying Guide:

    midwest air technologies chain link fence guide

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Specifications

Dimensions

Mesh Size (in.) 
2 in 
Product Depth (in.) 
0.25 
Product Height (in.) 
72 
Product Length (ft.) 
50 ft 
Product Thickness (in.) 
0.25 
Product Width (in.) 
600 

Details

Chain Link Type 
Woven 
Color Family 
Silver 
Commercial/Residential Use 
Commercial / Residential 
Features 
Galvanized 
Gauge 
11.5 
Installed privacy slats 
No 
Material 
Metal 
Product Weight (lb.) 
108.2 lb 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Vinyl coated 

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty 
N/A 

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How far do you put the posts? I have seen 6 feet, but mostly every 10 feet...

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Trying to determine how many posts, the project is a big one (about 2 acres rectangle)...
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July 12, 2016
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6 feet
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is it true that the lower number gauge is thicker that the higher number? In other words is 9 gauge a heavier material than the 11.5 gauge?

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Yes, the 9 gauge is heavier thicker material then 11.5.
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do you carry black cotted link chain over 50 ft? how many poles do I need for 80-ft fence with a 3-ft gate? Do you also have the gates?

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I need an estimate on how much it would cost for a 6-FT X 80-FT black chain linked fence with a 3-Ft gate. So like the poles all the accessories.
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May 24, 2016
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See store associate for details.
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What size posts are needed for a 6 foot high fence

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8 ft posts.
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Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 13 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by NOT 50 FEET!! I understand that a 2x4 isn't actually 2x4 but wouldn't you assume that a 6'x50' fence, that actually measures 6ft high, would be 50ft long? WRONG. These rolls are 48 1/2 ft long. So, I'm paying guys extra for working on a Saturday, to do a 98 ft stretch. They install it and we're 3ft short, with 2 rolls of 50ft chain link. I called store and they had the audacity to tell me that I'd have to either spend another $80 on another roll or have my guys uninstall it and return it. So, let me get this straight... i've already paid my guys to install it, and now i'm supposed to pay them to Uninstall it? And then what? Have no fence? May 28, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by 11.5-gauge Galvanized Steel Chain Link I'm installing my fence myself and at 69 years young don't find it to difficult. The install has went well until almost finished. The rolls are not quite 50' as others have mentioned, and if only a few feet are needed to finish you will be require to buy another full roll...... and then do what with the other 40+ feet. Too bad HD couldn't sell shorter sections or by the foot. June 9, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by More saving more doing I bought four rolls marked 50' for a two hundred foot fence. When I got to the end I still needed 66" to make the terminal post. Used the tool sold in the store with a cable come along to stretch. Pro Contractor had to splice pieces from one roll to the next in order to make the 50' terminal post. I know a 2"x'4" is short on measurement but I had no idea it applied to chain link fence. April 12, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good value I picked this fence fabric up at the store so I would not have to wait at home for the delivery . The store had it bundled on a pallet and loaded it easily on my truck . Most chain link fabric has one twisted pointy end for an anti-climb feature . This does not . Each roll has the wire to connect two rolls together and it was easy to do . I have installed some and it looks very clean and orderly . It will keep my dogs in and my livestock and also varmints out . December 10, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by good all purpose fencing, great price ! this fencing is easy to work with, great price, very durable in harsh winter climates. June 3, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Chain link I have never installed a chain link fence before so this project was a learning experience. The chain link "fabric" is heavy and unwieldy for one person to muscle around - but I managed it for the most part by myself. Stretching the fabric tight between poles was the most difficult as I didn't purchase the tool designed for this purpose. Having said that - I believe I managed to get the material stretched plenty tightly enough. Unwinding one wire in the fabric to ensure a custom fit between poles was difficult -- until I learned that you can simply grab the wire you wish to break (with pliers) and break it off by twisting it hard. This process made the job much faster and easier than attempting to unweave the fabric. All in all the fence truned out good and the product was easy to use - I do recommend gloves however! February 17, 2010
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Works well Strong product. Easy to adjust length. Had a few minor problems with bent wire I thought was a tie wire. All in all it works great. Make shire you buy a fence stretcher to install. May 11, 2014
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Don't use this if you want strength I used this product at the zoo I work at and this 11.5 gage is not as strong as products I've purchased from other companies. It's fine for residential use and great for someone learning how to install their first fence. I noticed someone said they didn't have the right tools. Don't even attempt this if you don't have a means to stretch the mesh. Fence puller and a wench of some type. March 29, 2013
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