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As a precautionary measure against the spread of COVID-19, we have decided to temporarily close our storefront to the public. In-stock shipments will go out as usual; however all in-store pick-ups will be treated as curbside pick-ups, so be sure to confirm over the phone or on your order when and where you plan to do so.

For more information, please give a us a call: (800)634-5557

Wirevise Wire Anchor

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13 thru 16 Ga. Wire - 0.062″ to 0.10″

Part Number: AGFP 5056V

$3.54

12, 13 Ga. Wire - 0.102″ to 0.114″

Part Number: AGFP 5058V

$3.75

10, 11 Ga. Wire - 0.120″ to 0.135″

Part Number: AGFP 5062V

$4.44

8, 9 Ga. Wire - 0.148″ to 0.163″

Part Number: AGFP 5064V

$4.67

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Quick Overview

Easy to use fastener for tying off trellis wire ends. Very secure. No tools required. Works for high-tensile or nylon monofilament wire.

Additional Information

Manufacturer AgFast

Details

Used to Anchor Wire to End Posts

This trellis and fence wire anchor securely holds wires to end-posts. Insert the wire into and through the Wirevise®. It automatically locks onto the wire. To increase tension, just pull more wire through the vise. No tools required.

  • Use with metal or nylon monofilament wire
  • To apply more tension to wire than can be applied by hand, use a Gripple Torq Tool
  • A release tool is available from AgFast for 12-16 gauge wire

To install the Wirevise:

  1. Drill a hole through your end post (hole size varies by Wirevise model)
  2. Push the Wirevise into the drilled hole from the back side of the post and secure with 2 galvanized nails
  3. Feed your wire through the front side of the post and out the back side of the Wirevise. Wirevise locks wire in place
  4. Clip wire, leaving enough of a tail for re-tensioning and/or stapling to the back side of the post