TuffRing™ II Insulator
- Ring: Nylon
- Shank: 0.23" diameter (goes half way around inside the ring), galvanized steel
- 25 per package, but sold individually
How to Use
- Predrill holes in the wood post.
- Put bit end of TuffRing II Power Driver into chuck of drill and tighten.
- Place power driver over the insulator so the ring of insulator fits into cup of driver. Drive insulator completely into post.
- Thread twine and rope, IntelliBraid, MaxiShock or IntelliTape. through insulator.
Listed below are recommended optional components or related items. Your particular situation may require alternative recommendations. Please call and talk to our consultants if there are any questions at 800-282-6631.
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Larry G from Florida
These have to be the best on the market today. I used a competitor brand to supplement when I ran out of these, but they broke during installation and were complete junk. I would recommend these because they are tough. You will be making a big mistake if you use any other brand.
Steve P from Pacific Northwest
If you have ever had a screw in insulator break off at the base, then this is the one you have been looking for. I performed some destructive testing on my band saw, and found that the steel shank, does in fact, continue through the base, down and around to the centerline of the outer ring, strengthening the common breaking point at the base. These are the only insulators I have found that are built this way, so these are the one's for me! Enjoy!
Cynthia R from New York
While installing a temporary fence I used farm store insulator rings and twine. My POODLE ran through it and broke the insulators and the twine acted like a epilator. Premier1 tuff rings do not break and the intellabraid is soft to the touch. I also like the driver. It cuts the work of installing insulators in half. I fully recommend Premier1!
Dealing with Premier1 has been a pleasure and efficient quick response time in delivery. The "braided" rope fencing for our horses is good looking, easy to work with and very effective. Well worth the money bar far.
Live up to their name. Other insulators occasionally broke when I screwed into post. Didn't have a Tuff Ring break yet.