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One of the easiest ways is to use expanding...
Concrete mix has gravel in it, which makes it stronger and more durable. Sand mix is used mainly for patching or where you want a particularly...
The easiest way is to use a grommet tool and...
Chains are all rated to their working loads. Welded chains have links that are welded to form a continuous loop, and are the strongest. Weldless...
Passing link allows the links to pass each other easily, which helps prevent kinking and...
Twisted nylon rope is the most versatile because of its strength. Additionally it has good shock resistance, which means sudden jerks are less...
Working strength is the most important...
The 4 mil is thicker, which makes it more durable. The 3 mil is not as good, but if it’s for a short one-time use, it is a little less expensive....
Polyester twisted rope has strength similar to nylon, but at the expense of a poor shock load capacity. However, it has a good resistance to...
Put line posts at least 24” into the ground. Gate and corner posts will carry more stress, so they should be at least 30” into the...
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