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Wire may also be pulled from the dispenser with the dispenser stationary and wire may be loaded or unloaded with the spool resting on the ground. Although the mobile wire dispenser is particularly suited for stringing barbed wire or other fencing material along a fence line in a farm, ranch, or construction setting, it is also suitable for laying wire in nearly any other situation.
The instant invention has two wheels with a relatively wide wheel base which roll on an axle attached to the base of a "U" shaped frame.
A spindle rotates about a detachable spindle axle parallel to the wheel axle and attached at about the midpoint of the frame. Spools of wire of commonly used sizes may he simply placed upon the spindle.
A handle is attached to the forward end of the frame and bent downward so that when the end of the handle is held at a comfortable height the wire dispenser may he pulled along on the wheels and wire dispensed from the spool. In a typical ranch setting, for example, barbed wire must often be strung on fence posts over rough terrain.
Spools of barbed wire come in various sizes, but the size spool Signode industries inc essay commonly used for fencing of this type is approximately a foot long, a foot wide, and weighs about seventy-five pounds.
One end of the wire is attached to a post and the spool is carried the desired distance until an appropriate length of wire has been unrolled along the fence line. The wire is then stretched tight and affixed to the fence posts along the fence line by staples or other appropriate means.
In some cases the spool is placed in the back of a pickup or other vehicle and the wire is strung by driving the vehicle along the fence line. This method is effective only in areas sufficiently flat and level to allow passage of the vehicle.
In cases where the terrain is too rugged for vehicles, the spool of wire is often suspended on a rod and carried by two people, one holding either end of the rod. This method can be very clumsy, particularly in instances where the terrain is very rough, where the wire must be moved from one side of the fence line to the other or under an existing fence, or where the wire must be wound around two fence posts rather than merely strung between them.
These and other objects of the invention will be apparent to those skilled in this art from the following detailed description of a preferred embodiment of the invention. Spools of wire of commonly used sizes may be easily placed upon the spindle. A handle is attached to the forward end of the frame and bent downward so that when the end of the handle is held at a comfortable height the wire dispenser may be pulled along on the wheels and wire dispensed from the spool.
The shape of the handle is such that when the mobile wire dispenser is being pulled most of the weight of the spool of wire is supported by the wheels and the ground rather than by the operator.
The instant invention is also configured so that when the frame is inverted and the handle points upward a spool of wire may be loaded onto the spindle without lifting the spool.
Spools of wire of typical size, shape, and weight may be loaded directly onto the mobile wire dispenser and the mobile wire dispenser may be operated by a single person.
With reference to the drawings the preferred embodiment of the mobile wire dispenser is described in detail below.
The general configuration of the preferred embodiment of the mobile wire dispenser is shown in FIG. It includes a frame 1 which has the general shape of a "U" with a forward end and a rearward end.
At the rearward end of the frame 1 there is a leg 2 and a leg 3. At the forward end of the frame 1 is a handle plate 4.
In the preferred embodiment the frame 1 is made of a flat iron strap bent into the appropriate shape, but other materials including steel, aluminum, and the like could be used. The frame 1 has a given length and width. Referring now to the cross-sectional view in FIG. An axle housing 7 having a given length longer than the width of said frame 1 and a given diameter slightly less than the diameter of the openings 5 and 6 is provided.
The axle housing 7 which is a hollow cylinder is placed through opening 5 and opening 6 so that the ends of the axle housing 7 protrude beyond the frame 1 by equal lengths.
In the preferred embodiment the axle housing 7 is attached to the frame 1 by two welds, one at weld point 8 and one at weld point 9; but other methods of attachment including screw threading of the axle housing 7 and said frame 1 could be used. In the preferred embodiment the axle housing 7 is made from iron pipe, but other materials including steel pipe, copper tubing, or the like could be used.
An axle 10 having a given diameter slightly less than the inside diameter of the axle housing 7 and a given length slightly longer than the length of the axle housing 7 is placed inside the axle housing 7 so that the ends of the axle 10 protrude beyond the axle housing 7 by equal lengths.
Flat washers 11 and 12 having an opening slightly greater than the diameter of the axle 10 and slightly smaller than the outside diameter of the axle housing 7 are slipped over the ends of the axle 10 and rest against the ends of the axle housing 7.
Two wheels 13 having a hub diameter slightly greater than the diameter of the axle 10 are slipped onto each end of the axle In the preferred embodiment the wheels 13 are conventional wheels having resilient plastic rims and ball bearing hubs which rotate freely around the axle Two conventional push nuts 15 and 16 are pressed onto the ends of the axle The push nuts 15 and 16 prevent the wheels 13 from sliding off the axle 10 and hold them in position against the washers 11 and In the preferred embodiment push nuts 15 and 16 are used to attach the wheels 13 to the axle 10, but other means including washers and cotter pins could be used.
The preferred embodiment includes the axle housing 7. The instant invention could also be constructed without the axle housing and with the axle 10 riding directly on said frame 1. However, the instant invention did not operate as efficiently during experimentation without the axle housing.
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