How to install Bounce Back Horse Fence
We're now ready to strain our horse fence rail. As you can see, we've inserted the wire into the holes that we drilled earlier. We're going to pull the horse fence rail a little bit tighter. We're going to grab our Bounce Back ® horse fence wire vice, remembering again they're one-way vices. We're going to slide that over into the hole. And our other one. As you can see, we've got 150mm of wire sticking out, we need to pull that back a little bit. We're going to grab our Bounce Back ® horse fence wire strainer. We want to pull that back for the wire to go into. We're going to locate that over the head of the wire vice. And that wire in the grip. We're going to strain that up nice, not too much to start with. Now you see here, we've pulled it up. We're going to grab our Stanley knife. Just bend that wire out of the way for a minute. We'll do a little cut along there, approximately 25mm. We're going to get that, and as we strain up, that flap is going to pull back, and that plastic-coated wire is going to insert into that hole. This is going to give you a nice finish on your Bounce Back ® horse fence.
We're going to now do the bottom. Don't want to over-strain it first up. Looking for something nice and even. As you can see, as I pull it up, that flap will push to the side. We might exert a bit more strain on that.
Back to our bottom one. Got that, now we're going to go to the other end of the horse fence, and put a little bit more strain on the other end of the fence, where we originally did what we called the dead end post. And that's how you strain Bounce Back ® Horse Fencing.