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Chain Link Fencing Basics - Part 3: Fittings
Chain Link Fittings   Tension Wire   Tension wire is often used in place of bottom rail. Depending on the total linear footage of the fence, using tension wire can be a less expensive alternative than rails Tension wire is also sometimes used in place of t...
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Chain Link Fencing Basics - Part 2: Framework
Framework is the tubular steel pipe that makes up the posts and rails of a chain link fence; it is available in a wide array of diameters and wall thicknesses. When talking about the diameter of a fence post, there are a few important things to know.  First...
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Chain Link Fencing Basics - Part 1: Wire Fabric
Fabric puts the “chain link” in chain link fence; it is created by a machine that weaves together 2 strands of metal wire into a mesh. A typical chain link mesh will have a diamond size (measured on the diagonals) of 2” or 2 ¼”, although smaller diamond si...
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