In-line Wire Strainer, each

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In-line Wire Strainer, each

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The Wire Strainer is a ratchet style wire strainer that can be used traditionally for end of the line straining or for in line straining. Holds wire diameter up to 0.15" (4mm). Read More

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In Line Wire Strainer, each

The Wire Strainer by Gallagher is a ratchet style wire strainer that can be used traditionally for end of the line straining or for in-line straining.

Wire Strainer Features:

  • galvanized steel frame
  • high quality spring loaded locking clip
  • spool hub thickness provides extra strength 12 tooth spool for adjustment and easy tightening
  • holds wire diameter up to 0.15" (4mm)

Tighten with ratchet handle

Attributes

  • Brand: Gallagher
  • Type: Fence Strainer/Tensioner

Reviews (4)

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  1. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    "Great product and price"

    Great product, used them for blackberry and grape trellis wires. Keeps the wire super tight even with lots of weight on them!

  2. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    "Good product"

    Strainer seems to be strong and works well. Have purchased over 200 so far and no problems.

  3. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    "Like that there is one square end"

    The square end is helpful to tighten with a cresent wrench or pliers and not needing a handle like those with both ends round. One less tool to need to pack.

  4. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    "Does the job well"

    "We are replacing the fences on our 17 acres, using the strainers to secure the wooden post ""H"" configurations. They have shown no lack of adequate strength to hold the high tinsel wire we are using as diagonal tighteners. "

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