Create an enclosure with this versatile chain link fencing. Customize by varying the length of the fencing or by adding optional components, such as gates, arms for barbed wire, or other hardware.
Some components are required for minimal assembly and others depend upon the size and type of enclosure.
Form a simple perimeter with this chain link fence fabric and these walk-through gates. Fabric requires supporting posts and rails.
Support your fence perimeter corners and ends with these terminal line posts. Apply a post cap to each terminal post to close off the exposed ends.
Place these line posts 10 to 12 ft apart between terminal posts on longer fencing runs. Affix an eye top to each line post to close off exposed ends and to accommodate top rails.
Add top rails to support all parts of a fencing run where gates are not present. Rails fit through eye tops on line posts. Sleeves join rails, and end cups close off rail ends.
Keep chain link fencing secure with these tension bars and brace bands. Thread bars vertically at corner, end, and gate posts, and fasten them to the posts with bands to maintain proper tension.
Secure fencing fabric to top rails with fence ties. Use carriage bolts to fasten tension bands, brace bands, and hinges to posts.
Gather the necessary hardware to add a gate to your chain link fence perimeter.
Affix a latch for single-door gates or cane bolts for double-door gates according to your aesthetic and security needs.
Provide extra security to your fencing perimeter with these barbed wire arms. Ideal for agricultural and high-security applications, this hardware supports runs of barbed wire.