#4 - Insert fence pliers handle (or any tool) into the loop. Wrap the loop around the spare wire. Continue until loop is completely closed around the spare wire. The more you twist the tighter the repair gets and the easier it is to remove the chain.
#5 - Loosen the chain and remove your Texas Fence Fixer from the wire. If the wire still feels a little slack, simply move up the fence line and repeat. Two repairs are still faster than a pair of chain strainers.
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#1 - Choose any convenient point along the slack fence line to make the repair. Spread the tool handles and place the slack wire in jaw slots.
#3 -Lay a short length of spare wire across the face of the tool and wrap it around the stretched fence wire, making sure to get at least 2 full wraps on each side. Ensure the spare wire is long enough to reach both sides and lays nice and flat across the tool. Any kind of strong wire will work.
#2 - Standing alongside the tool, bring the handles together to stretch the wire as tight as possible, forming a loop in the fence wire. Secure the tool in this position by attaching the chain to the notch in the right handle.