Pipe & Cable Fence repair

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Pipe & Cable Fence repair

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    04-16-2013, 03:12 PM
Pipe & Cable Fence repair

Aside from re-welding, is there anything that will temporarily re-attach this dangling piece? Barn Owner's budget has fence repair several months out, but my horse has already cut his head on this once. I'm going to attempt to tie it up with baling twine, but industrial-strength adhesive also crossed my mind...
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    04-16-2013, 03:25 PM
Re-welding would fix it. BUT I have to mention, I have seen horses have absolute train wrecks in those cable and pipe pens before, I have seen whole cannon bones degloved! That issue was resolved by sliding pieces of garden hose over the cables along the entire length.

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