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Wedge-Loc Bracing Hardware 

for T-Posts

 

June 2013 issue  

 

Wedge-Loc Bracing Hardware for T-Posts

 

      Never dig post holes and pour concrete again use the Wedge-Loc Bracing System to build strong, sturdy, long-lasting and economical steel T-post fences. Start or finish a fence line anywhere using only a post-driver and fencing pliers!

      Wedge-Loc collars and braces are strong. The University of Arizona tested the durability of the hardware and found that wires broke at 2,900 lbs of pull, but the posts and hardware stayed solid.

      Wedge-Loc braces allow you to add bracing to corners and along longer lines of fencing using T-posts for both post and braces. Build a corner in no time with two-, three- or four-socket braces allowing up to four-way corners. Braces fit all brands of steel T-posts and work with all types of fencing material for both permanent and temporary fencing.

     Wedge-Loc hardware is proudly made in the USA and is available at stores nationwide. Find more information, suggestions on use, installation instructions, or a dealer near you at www.wedgeloc.com, or call 800-669-7218.

 

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