Chain Link fence

Coyote Roller Chain Link Fence Brackets - FAQ

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What Bracket Size Do I Need?

The Chain Link Bracket is in 2 pieces. The Brace Band will need to go around your existing top rail/pipe.

 The size is determined by the size of the pipe or tube being used, Using a tape measure, measure the OUTSIDE (O.D.) of the pipe.  We carry 1-3/8" and 1-5/8" chain link bands

  • 1 3/8" for small residential and temporary projects
  • 1 5/8" for larger industrial projects, school fences, higher security applications, etc.
  • 1 7/8" is available but much more uncommon for the general chain link fencing project
  • 2 3/8" is used in sport fencing, high security, etc.

How Does a Brace Band Work?

Brace bands can be slid over the top of a post and mounted in place by inserting a carriage bolt and tightening it with a hex nut and ratchet.

How Do I Attach a Brace Band To An Existing Fence?

Brace bands can be bent open with a pair of pliers or by hand (depending on the person). Simply open grab each end of the brace band and apply pressure in a pulling motion. Once open, wrap the band around the post at the desired location. (You may need a mallet to bang it over the pipe) Next, squeeze the two ends back together, by hand or with pliers. Add on the bracket, insert a carriage bolt and fully tighten. 

 How Much Clearance Is Under a Roller?

There is a 1-1/4" gap under the roller to the top of the pipe. You can uniformly angle the brackets as needed.

See the Chain Link bracket page here.

Chain Link brackets are available in complete fence kits as well as sold individually.

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