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Wire Rope & Guying

When working in the wind, telecom, and utility industries a common thing to do is guying. Guying is the act of using a guy anchor and guy wire to add stability to a free-standing structure. A guy anchor is a steel shaft drilled into the ground and reinforced with concrete that is used to support guy wire. Guy wire is the tensioned cable that adds the stability and support to the free-standing structure.

Our selection of wire rope and guying materials, including anchors, pork chops (cable grips), wire rope winches, and wire rope clips that will have you installing and servicing guy wires like a pro in no time. With equipment from manufacturers like Klein, Tirfor, and Crosby we’ve got the equipment you need to get the job done. Our Gear Experts® don’t stop there though. We’ve even got a guy wire change kit that has been specially curated to have everything you need to change out guy wires - all conveniently packaged into a kit.

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