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Tarter® 200 Series Wire Fence Stretcher

Item #64226
The average rating for this product is 5 out of 5 stars
5 reviews
Created by the trusted fencing brand Tarter, this wire fence stretcher and unroller offers an easy solution to wire fence installation. It can hold spools up to 65 in. high and stretches the fencing to a desired tightness. Hold to unroll and stretch heavy wire fencing with ease.
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Product Overview

Work smart, not hard, with this wire fence stretcher and unroller that allows one person to handle the work of a crew to lay out field fencing. With this stretcher/ unroller, wire fencing of various lengths and up to 65 in. high can be held, unrolled, and stretched easily without the worry of kinking or tangling as you go, no matter how large the spool is. The 200 Series Wire Stretcher holds, unrolls, and stretches heavy wire fencing up to 65 in. tall. One person can use this implement to set up wire and fencing with no kinking or tangling.


Once unrolled, the stretcher pulls the fencing to the desired tightness and holds it in place for nailing or stapling to a post. Hook up the fence stretcher to a 3-point hitch to quickly unroll and place fencing wherever desired using the Category 1 pins that are included. It is covered in a powder coat for corrosion resistance and durability.

Specifications

  • Tarter® 200 Series Wire Fence Stretcher
  • MFG # WS20BL
  • Hitch: Cat 1
  • Height: 71 in.
  • Opening height: 65 in.
  • Weight: 183 lbs.
  • Width: 32 in.
  • Not quick hitch compatible
  • Length: 45 in.
  • Rod height: 75 in.
  • Adapts to field fence rolls up to 65 in. tall
  • Hooks up to a 3-point hitch
  • Category 1 pins included
  • Powder coat black
  • Frame Material: 3 x 1.375" Steel Channel
  • Wire Roll Capacity: 65" Tall x 24" Diameter

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Featured Review
This shopper rated the product 5 out of 5 stars
Great value.

Makes unrolling and stretching wire a lot faster. — JPLee from FL

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Product Review Summary
Based on 5 reviews
The average rating for this product is 5 out of 5 stars
Overall Rating: 4.5/5.0
Customer Reviews
May 02, 2020
Great value.
This shopper rated the product 5 out of 5 stars

Makes unrolling and stretching wire a lot faster.

JPLee from FL
April 13, 2020
Worth every cent
This shopper rated the product 5 out of 5 stars

This thing allows me to put up fence all by myself. You can follow the contours of the ground by pulling the fence tight and then tie the fence to the t-posts before nailing it to your wooden posts.

markr from GA
October 30, 2017
works great
This shopper rated the product 5 out of 5 stars

It works great, one man job

Kevin Corbett cattle rancher from GA
May 16, 2015
Great addition to the farm!
This shopper rated the product 5 out of 5 stars

As a “new to the business” farmer I am having to start from scratch with everything from clearing land to fencing. I also have little help to complete these tasks (wife and 6 yoa). This implement has been a wonderful addition which allowed me to save time and money. You could actually put up fencing by yourself with the use of the fence roller/stretcher. I have put up 7 acres of fence so far and have more in the future. Keep a little grease on the screw claps and your golden. I highly recommend this product.

Willard from Alabama from AL
November 14, 2012
Gets the job done, but...
This shopper rated the product 3 out of 5 stars

This stretcher works fairly well, but "right out of the box" you will need to make a few mods in order to be able to use it without a lot of frustrations. The three holes in the clamp bar will need to be elongated so that when you have fence in between this bar and the nuts where they screw in on the frame, you can align the threaded rods without stripping them out. Also, make sure to grease threads/nuts early on or after first rain everything will need a tap/die run over it to work smoothly again. The heavy center rod is cumbersome to handle when spooling fence - can easily fall on top of you or your tractor if it tips while aligning it in the top spool hole.

Alex from NC