Chain Link Fence Parts

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scubahustler
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252280
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Chain Link Fence Parts
Updated:
2013-12-11 07:18:53
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Parts of the Chain Link Fence
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  1. How do you open the Gate?
    Use the 

    "Walk Gate Latch"
  2. What does the gate hang on?
    Male Hinge
  3. How does the gate hang on the post?
    Female Hinge
  4. Where does the Rail End band go?
    It couples itself around the terminal post & attaches to the rail end cup.
  5. Where does the "terminal post cap" go?
    On top of the terminal post cap.
  6. What does a "rail end cup" do?
    Insert the top rail into the cup so it connects to the terminal post.
  7. What does the tension band do?
    Attaches to the terminal post, and with nuts & bolts the chain link and tension bar are bolted to it.
  8. What is the line post cap?
    It attaches to the line post, and the top rail passes through it.
  9. What do "tie wires," do?
    They tie down the chain link to the top bar & line posts.  There are 9 used per section.

    Wraps are placed 12" apart on the line posts and 24" apart on the top rail.
  10. What attaches to the terminal post?
    Male Hinge, Rail End Band, Terminal Post Cap, and Tension Band.
  11. What does the Tension Bar do?
    Weaves through chain link, allows for attachment to the tension bands.
  12. Where does the line post go?
    Post placed in between sections.
  13. What is the top rail for?
    Rail that spans section out. Attaches top of chain link to top rail with the use of Tie Wires.
  14. Carriage Bolt  5/16" x 1 1/4"

    Where does this go?
    Between the Tension & Rail End Band.
  15. What is the grade (ground line) on the terminal posts?

    How deep should the post be dug?
    • Measure from the top down, add 2" to the height of the post.
    • (Height of fence + 2" = grade mark)

    18-30" Deep & 8" Wide
  16. What is the grade (ground line) on the line posts?

    How deep should the post be dug?
    • Measure from the top down, subtract 2" from the height of the post.
    • (Height of fence - 2" = grade mark)

    18-24" Deep & 8" Wide

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