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    Fence Tie Tool

    I had a user of this forum visit my YouTube page and suggest that I post this here.
    Looks like my kind of place - I'll be spending a lot of time here.


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    Welcome aboard. I still use my 50 year old fence pliers a bit bulky for "T' post work but do just fine for barbed wire on ceder.
    I like your handy little tool and will have to remember it the next time I need to do some fencing
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    Thanks. This is a pretty cool site.

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    Thanks TigerCreek! We've added your Fence Tie Tool to our Farm and Garden category,
    as well as to your builder page: TigerCreek's Homemade Tools. Your receipt:




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    Not detracting from that as it cost zilch: I have had a commercially made one (cost a couple of bucks) for about 20 or so years. It also has a hole in opposite end (lengthwise down the rod) that helps in occasions when the other hole doesn't fit the bill.

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    I've had people tell me to drill a hole in the opposite end for tying a string - so I don't lose it
    Quote Originally Posted by ranald View Post
    Not detracting from that as it cost zilch: I have had a commercially made one (cost a couple of bucks) for about 20 or so years. It also has a hole in opposite end (lengthwise down the rod) that helps in occasions when the other hole doesn't fit the bill.


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