- Will work for twine, narrow tape, rope, MaxiShock and braid.
- Does not work for high-tensile wire.
- Hook ring end into a P Spring.
- Insert conductor through other end and through hole on center bolt.
- Hold tail of the conductor to secure it and twist black knob on the side.
- Once the tail of conductor is secured, let go and continue twisting knob until desired tension is reached. P Spring should be half compressed.
- To loosen or remove conductor from the tensioner: unscrew the knob on the side to release.
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I agree with Jackie. These connectors are by far the easiest way to tension rope, especially over a long distance. The lack of electrical connection between the rope and the attached p spring necessitates extra connections to keep the current flowing. Still much better than hand tightening
Wouldn't recommend using for GOATS and using with T Posts. (Probably fine with wood post insulator and horses) By the time you use the insulator, the p-spring and the t-post insulator, you have nearly a foot of not-hot fence...goats found it quick! I would love this if it could come with a solid rope hole on one end rather than the hook...wouldn't need the p-spring then. Or, if you want to take the trouble, you could run an insulated wire around it and splice to the p-spring. To keep from having a not-hot gap. Well made though!