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Deer Fence End System Instructions

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Deer Fence End Kit- 2 Pack

 

 

Parts List:

6’ Corner DE2522-60

7.5’ Corner DE2522-75

8’ Corner DE2522-80

2 ½” Vertical Corner Post

2 ½” x 9’ (1)

2 ½” x 9’ (1)

2 ½” x 9’ (1)

1 5/8” Brace Post

1 5/8” x 7’ (2)

1 5/8” x 9’ (2)

1 5/8” x 9’ (2)

Corner Post Extension

N/A

(2)

(2)

Self-Tapping Screws

N/A

(4)

(4)

1 5/8” Brace Cup

(2)

(2)

(2)

2 ½” Brace Band

(2)

(2)

(2)

2 ½” Post Cap

(2)

(2)

(2)

5/16” x 2” Bolt, Nut, Washer

(2)

(2)

(2)

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Step 1:

For 6’ corner systems, insert the 2 ½” post cap in one end of the 2 ½” diameter vertical corner post, then proceed to step 2.

For 7.5’ and 8’ corner systems: Insert the 2 ½” post cap into the black end of the 2 ½” corner post extension. Slide the silver end of the corner post extension into one end of the 2 ½” vertical corner post. Secure the extension using 2 self-tapping screws. You can drill pilot holes in the post using a 1/8” drill bit, if necessary.

Step 2:

Locate the position on the fence line where you are placing your corner post. Use a shovel or post hole digger to create a hole for the 2 ½” vertical corner post according to the following depth guide.

Corner Height

Hole Width

Hole Depth

6’ Corner

12”

36”

7.5’ Corner

14”

42”

8’ Corner

12”

36”

Place the 2 ½” diameter vertical corner post in the hole, with the extension at the top, and either set in concrete (Preferred) or back fill with dirt and tamp firmly. Setting the posts in concrete will strengthen the overall system and provide support for the deer fence system over a longer period. When using concrete be sure to let the concrete set completely before proceeding to Step 3.


Step 3:

Slide the brace band down the 2 ½” vertical corner post until it is approximately 12” from the top of the vertical corner post. Attach the brace band using the supplied bolts, nuts and washers. Do not fully tighten the nuts until the final placement of the brace posts is complete.

Step 4:

Insert brace post into the brace cup. Position the other end of the brace post so it contacts the ground just inside the eventual fence line. The brace post should be resting on the ground at about a 45-degree angle from the corner post.

 

Dig a hole 1’ deep where the brace post contacts the ground. Place a dead man (cinder block, large brick, or stone) in the hole perpendicular to the brace post. Wedge the brace post against the block to provide support for the vertical corner post.

Once the brace post is in place, tighten the bolt on the brace band and cup to lock the post in place.