Noodle Link Installation InstructionsLearn how to assemble the frame work, top rail, loop caps, etc.
Insert the needle and connect the rolls same as regular chain link fence. Stand the fence up to the posts and top rail, loosely attach to the top rail, attach tension bar and stretch wire into place. Do not cut the noodle until you have stretched the wire.
Install the three (3) slats that come with each roll in the space created as a result of hooking the two rolls or sections together with the wire needle provided.
Cut the excess noodle halfway between the two selvages where the two rolls or sections come together, so both ends of the noodle touch. Using the hog ring pliers, hog ring both ends of the noodle to the wire very tightly, making sure both ends are still touching to keep the noodle secure from moving in the wire.
Caution: If you trim the Noodle before stretching the wire, you may end up with not enough Noodle.
Do not overlap the noodle, make sure the noodle ends are touching and then hog ring tightly. The hog rings must be very, very tight to prevent the noodle from moving in the wire.
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