Baygard Premium 1/4 in Electric Rope

$59.99
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Baygard Premium 1/4 in Electric Rope

$59.99

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Product Summary:

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Baygard 1/4" Premium Grade Electric Fence Rope
Heavy duty, highly visible fence rope with low impedance conductors.  Full three year UV warranty. Tinned copper leads offers less resistance making it a better conductor than stainless steel.  Mix of white with black and yellow cords make this rope attractive yet highly visible. 
 
Product Features:
  • Monofilament with 6 strand tinned copper leads
  • Low impedance conductors- 0.064 ohm/m resistance
  • High visibility
  • 995 lb break point
Item Specifications:
Color:
White with Yellow and Black cords
 
Size:
1/4" D x 656' spool

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The tape fence just doesn't hold up well and I wanted to try the rope.
Monica K on Mar 5, 2014
what is the recommented and also maximum spaceing of the T Posts if is decide to use this product?
bob r on May 17, 2014
Best Answer: I put my plastic posts 21 feet apart. Hope this helps.
Reply · Report · RONALD P on May 17, 2014
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What is the longest anyone has had this product ? How does it last in cold, heat, and snow ?
A shopper on Nov 12, 2014
Best Answer: Spring 2010 is when we fenced-in main pasture area using this product. Still looks great & survived mid-west drought of 2012 & record lows last winter. Using it for 2 additional pastures in progress. Highly recommend! Hope this helps.
Reply · Report · CAROLYN G on Nov 12, 2014
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