How to Install Coax Cable between Utility Poles?

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To install coax cable between utility poles, you need a ladder, messenger RG-6 coaxial wire, machine bolt and J-Hook. Do brief survey of the area for planning the process and place the cable caddy next to the cable drop. Place the ladder against the first pole, climb it and drill a hole into the side of the pole. Insert the machine bolt through the J-Hook hole, hammer it and place in one square bolt after another and clamping each time. Finally, attach the messenger wires to the clamp above the J-Hook and tighten firmly.
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