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Small Eyebolt w/nut

Tensioned Cable Hardware - Provides a solid perimeter and support foundation to which all types of bird netting can be fastened. 

Cable Guides - Hardware designed to keep the cable close to the installation surface and prevent gaps between the surface and the bird netting.

Small Stainless Steel Eyebolt w/Nut
  • Small stainless steel eyebolts with hex nuts are used as Cable Guides on masonry and/or steel surfaces.
  • For masonry surfaces use in conjunction with the Small Machine Screw Masonry Anchors. See the Machine Screw Masonry Anchor page for instructions.
  • For structural steel or steel plate, drill clearance holes through the steel and and secure with the hex nut on the back of the steel.
  • Install all cable guides every 2 feet along the path of a straight cable run. Tighter spacing (closer together) may be needed on curved or complex surfaces to keep the cable close to the installation surfaces.
  • Used as cable guide hardware for overhead wire grid systems and for support and reinforcement cables used along with our deer and perimeter fence hardware.
  • Small stainless steel eyebolts with nuts are sold in packs of 10.
Available in packages of 10

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Small Eyebolt w/nut


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Small Stainless Steel Eyebolt w/Nut installation specs
  • For masonry surfaces, (concrete, brick, block, stone, etc.) install the large eyebolts with the Small Machine Screw Anchors (#MS Anchor LG). Follow the instructions provided with the anchors.
  • For use as Cable Guides, install the small stainless steel eyebolts every 2 feet. Tighter spacing may be required on curved or complex surface shapes.
  • For steel (I-beam flanges, plate, channel, Z-purlins, etc.) up to 3/8” thick with access behind the surface, drill a clearance hole, use the nut on back side to hold in place.
  • Make sure Cable Guide holds cable within ½” of the installation surface.
  • All small stainless steel eyebolts have a 9/32” inside diameter eyelet, a ¾” long, 10-24NC threaded stem and comes with one thread matching stainless steel hex nut.
When and Where to Use Small stainless steel eyebolts with nuts:
  • The small stainless steel eyebolts are designed to be used as Cable Guides in both masonry and steel surfaces. Used with the tensioned perimeter cable systems used to secure bird netting enclosures and with overhead grid wire systems. Also used with our deer & perimeter fence to create support cables for fence posts.
Small stainless steel eyebolt with nut Installation Tips:
  • For masonry surfaces, follow the instructions provided with the small machine screw masonry anchors.
  • For connections with the hex nut in high vibration environments, use a stainless steel lock washer (not supplied) or a thread locker compound.
  • IMPORTANT: Always make sure the the surface will support any tension from the cable system. Do not attach cable guide hardware to surfaces in poor condition or where there is no structural support.
  • Always follow the Cable and Cable Hardware maintenance schedules available from Nixalite of America Inc.
Tensioned Cable Hardware - Provides a solid perimeter and support foundation to which all types of bird netting can be fastened. 

Cable Guides - Hardware designed to keep the cable close to the installation surface and prevent gaps between the surface and the bird netting.

Small Stainless Steel Eyebolt w/Nut
  • Small stainless steel eyebolts with hex nuts are used as Cable Guides on masonry and/or steel surfaces.
  • For masonry surfaces use in conjunction with the Small Machine Screw Masonry Anchors. See the Machine Screw Masonry Anchor page for instructions.
  • For structural steel or steel plate, drill clearance holes through the steel and and secure with the hex nut on the back of the steel.
  • Install all cable guides every 2 feet along the path of a straight cable run. Tighter spacing (closer together) may be needed on curved or complex surfaces to keep the cable close to the installation surfaces.
  • Used as cable guide hardware for overhead wire grid systems and for support and reinforcement cables used along with our deer and perimeter fence hardware.
  • Small stainless steel eyebolts with nuts are sold in packs of 10.
Available in packages of 10

Tensioned Cable Hardware Installation
Estimate for Net Hardware

(See the Downloads tab for additional information)
Small Eyebolt w/nut New
Eyebolt SM/Nut $ 6.90 New
All stainless 9/32” I.D., 3/4” stem, 10-24 nut. For steel or masonry surfaces – masonry anchors sold separately.