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Counterclockwise Lag screw swage stud for tensioning?

Discussion in 'Social' started by rbhat, Oct 8, 2018.

  1. rbhat

    rbhat Guest

    I was watching several videos showing an installation of wire rope for a fence, and the lag screw swage stud on one end would be driven clockwise while the other goes in counterclockwise. That way it can be tightened correctly, which makes sense.

    My question: how can I drive a lag screw swage stud counterclockwise? Would I need to buy one with this type of threading?

    I'm asking because I don't seen any at amazon that specifically say "counterclockwise". They only sell sets of lag screw swage studs.


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