|Accessory Type||Chain Link Fence Fittings||Features||No Additional Features|
|Fencing Material Compatibility||Chain Link||Product Weight (lb.)||10.2 lb|
A: I use this product for a completely different item. The only thing I could suggest would be to go on Utube maybe you can find a video there. Please make sure you call and complain to a home depot regional manager. Putting up a fence should include the tension wire. That is just not right.
A: I don't know of a video, but just weave it through the very bottom squares of the fence.similar to the way the tension bars are installed on the ends of the fence at the corner posts.On longer runs I like to use a 4"-6" turnbuckle between the posts and the wire to help to achieve more tension.Hope this helps.
A: I prefer this over the farmguard wire for trellusing. It is stiffer and does not need retensioning. I have grapes on my wire and they stay put
A: I naught what I was told to buy by the contractor
A: Don't know about Frame Gard but I've purchased Yard Guard tension in 9 & 12.5 gage wire. The 9 gage is is extremely stout I cut it in 18" lengths and bend in into a U & use it for ground barrier staples. Using the 12.5 gage snaps with too much tension on fences. That's about all I got.
A: Yes it can be used, but it is difficult to twist by hand . You would have to use pliers to bend the wire. It does have good rigidity.
A: Probably not, too light weight material.
A: Soil - this wire would not be able to be used for greenhouse hoops. Thank you for asking.
A: I know right? I could bend 12.5ga. all day long. But 9ga.? It just about wore me down to a nub after only 3 hours. And I'm no weakling by any sense of the word. I also have gone through the revolving door of confusion but didn't get anywhere.
A: I think whats confusing is that they are not using the American Wire Gage standard. The american wire gauge is one of those things like metric vs inches. Everyone else uses metric but us Americans have decided to use another system. Its the same thing here. This wire is 12.5 gauge unless you are using the AWG in which case it would be 9
A: We are so sorry for the confusion this product page has caused you. We have corrected our marketing copy as this is indeed a 9 gauge wire and are so sorry for the frustration that this has caused your shopping experience with THD.com. If you were looking for the 12.5 gauge tension wire that is offered as well, model # 328788DPT. Please call (800)628-8815 if you have any other problems. Thank You, Jennifer Customer Care