chainlink top rail lowesHow To Stretch Short Runs Of Chain Link Fabric EASILY

chainlink vs tezos welding chainlink gate chainlink top rail lowes How To Stretch Short Runs Of Chain Link Fabric EASILY
chainlink top rail lowes chainlink nexo How To Stretch Short Runs Of Chain Link Fabric EASILY
- You just told me to roll! - [Assistant] I said, we are rolling. - Oh, okay. Hey, this is Dan, with SWi, how you doing? Not everybody knows what these are. These are Puljaks. popping sound Were gonna show you what they are, and how to use them. Theyre designed to stretch your chain link for you. So, what were gonna do is were gonna go ahead, and put this piece on the chain link here. Were gonna put this thing, this piece on the post, the tension bar fits right here in the notch. ding And as you pull on the handle, what happens is it pulls this piece through here, this being on the post, and it brings your chain link to your post. That way you can terminate your chain link. And this, this particular piece, the rod, would just then pass past the post. So, were gonna show you how were gonna use this, to stretch it. All right, here we go. So, were gonna go ahead and put the Puljack on here. upbeat music Were gonna, huh? Oh dear. I cant do this because the Puljack has to slide, theres a building there. pop, pop, pop, pop So, the Puljack has to go through the building, to be able to use this. So, Im gonna go get my tin snips and my grinder, and were gonna cut a hole right here. So, that way we can use our Puljack. upbeat music You really think Id cut a hole in somebodys building? Were gonna use a reverse Puljack, trumpet flourish it looks like one of those like, like, caw, caw, caw birds. You know, like, caw, caw-caw, does it not? This is a reverse Puljack, to be used in a scenario, just like this. When you have an obstruction, and that rod, being this cannot travel past the post. Thats gonna travel down the fence line. So, we still have our notch, right here, where our tension bars gonna sit. And then we have our V-groove, for our post to sit, right there. If youre in need of some of these, make sure and see the link below. Now up top, holding our chain link up for us, and its gonna slide along the top rail for us, so we dont have to try and lift it, up in case the Puljacks fall, and our top-row dresser. If you havent seen the videos of those in use, see up here, and see the link below for that I think well go about right there. metal clinking upbeat music continues over metal clinking Im gonna go ahead and throw a second one on, and Im gonna throw it on, right below the mid-rail. If you run two, it just helps em to work together so that youre not stressing one of em out, and youre not stressing yourself out. If you run one, you can do it with one, but its a lot more of a pain in the butt. And, its a lot easier to run two. but be careful, because as I run this one, youre gonna watch and see that this ones gonna try to fall and hit me in the head. Dont turn your back on it. upbeat music metal clinking So, as this one started bringing the chain link closer, what happened, is this one loosened up, because the chain link was sliding over. Now, making it a little bit easier for me to pull on it. upbeat music over metal clinking I almost think I got this one in the wrong spot. clinking and pounding I had one up here, and I had one down here. What happened was, I had em too far apart for how tight it was getting. I brought them closer together, to help each other out, and worked better because I had this one all the way to the post, but then from here, here to here, theres still a big gap. So, as I got them closer, I was able to eliminate that gap, and Ill just work them down. Well put two tension bands on, to terminate the very top two. And then well take these off and move em down. metal clinking drill buzzing Now that we have our two tension bands on there, we can go ahead and remove this. And now we can put it below that top rail. So, the reason that we were getting so tight at the top, is because we actually did a backwards bias cut on this run right here, because were going through a swell. We have a post here and a post here. And then in between the fence, there is the dip. So, we had to bias cut each end, to be able to pull the fabric tight, through that whole entire dip. upbeat music drill buzzing Once all the terminations are done, and all the tension bands are on, you can remove your top-rail dresser, and you can remove your Puljacks. So these are two different types of Puljacks that you can use. That is a standard Puljack. This is designed to travel past the post. So, if you have a building in your way, theres something, to the point where that rod cant travel past through. Youre gonna want a reverse. See the link below, for those two types of Puljacks. Why wouldnt you just always use a reverse Puljack, and get rid of this one, the standard Puljack? So, what I typically do with the standard Puljack is, Im usually using these on a short, short run, 50 feet or less. If its more than that, Ill put a chain link brake on it, because anything more than that, youre gonna put a lot of wear and tear on your Puljacks, and youre gonna wear em out a lot faster. So typically what I will do is, I will guess on where I need to have that tension bar. I will put that tension bar in and then I will stretch it. And most of the times I can guess pretty accurate, to the point where I can cut all the slack out, before it gets all bunched up in here. This ones gonna do the same thing. Its a little bit easier to have that bar go out past you, versus go back towards the fence because youre having to work around one more thing. Is it beneficial to have both types of Puljacks? In my mind, yes. Do you have to? No. You could have just this one. As far as the working ability, I always find it easier to work this way, because then youre actually putting, youre putting the Jack to the post, pulling it, versus this is the exact opposite. And its a little bit harder to pull on this one, than it is this one. So, I still 100 percent prefer using this one, versus that one. Thanks for watching our channel. And, I hope I was able to help you out, and help you to learn something today, and show you something new. Dont forget, we are Wyomings fence company, and I hope you guys have a good dang day. explosive burning sound 🏻 Tool Links Below! 🏻Stretching short runs of chain link fabric is easy when you use the right tools! Today we introduce you to a couple of our favorite tools: the Puljak and the reverse Puljak! If youre stretching a short run of chain link fabric you owe it to yourself to give these tools a try.Pick up a standard Puljak: Pick up a reverse Puljak: Puljak Compact Combo with rake: Top Rail Dresser: HowToBuildChainLinkFence,