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How to Install a Cable Deck Railing

Cable deck railing – The best way to take advantage of the view from the deck is to remove obstacles to the fixed upright in the traditional wood or composite deck railing. Make the most of your own personal vista. And adding streamlined style of the whole structure, by installing a cable deck railing. Held taut with excitement at each end, cable railing provides the same safety and security as an upright railing would. But with a minimal form that is almost invisible to the eye.

Awesome Cable Deck Railing

Awesome Cable Deck Railing

How to install a cable deck railing. Drill 5/16-hole in the first insert to match the diameter of the threaded rods at the starting end of each cable. Use a 3/8-inch bit to counter the drilling outside of the last post. Then insert the threaded rod for the first cable through the center hole of the first post on the rail side. Pass the other end of the cable in the middle holes in each subsequent message. Press a protector sleeve into the hole in each post where the cable must be routed around a corner.

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Then for install a cable deck railing, insert a self-locking mounting of the cable end that you feed it through the front hole in the end of the post. Snug fitting into counter-bored hole. Keep extra cable that protrudes from the self-locking connection with pliers. Drag washer nut on the starting posts threaded rod. Then using a 7/16-key box. And hold the other end of the rod with a forceps to stop it from rotating. Then cut threaded portion projecting outside the nut, with a hacksaw. Grind the nub down if necessary, and cover the nut with a snap end cap.

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