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Due to supply chain issues, serrated flange nuts may be zinc plated.

N Brace Kit

Select Post band size: 2 3/8 inch
Select rail size: 2 3/8 inch

This N (angle) brace kit from Bullet Fence Systems has a 90-degree range of motion and easy to install. Bullet Fence Systems premier fencing product includes an adjustable pipe connector that makes building your pipe fence braces easy without needing a welder. The simple components in this kit include a band with hardware connecting to the post and a slide on rail sleeve to form a connection. 

The patented rail sleeve called a “Fence Bullet” is a adjustable no-weld pipe connector for round pipe. The post to rail connection makes a simple and strong compression brace using your locally sourced pipe with minimal tools and no experience. This method using the Fence Bullet brackets create bracing comparable to the structure and integrity of a welded brace and will save you time, money and peace of mind over welding.

N brace kits are the foundation of a good fence brace. No cross brace wires are needed if angle braces are used. The N kit has a 90-degree vertical range of motion.

What's included in a Pipe N Brace kit?

All components are hot dipped galvanized for a lifetime of service. With your supplied pipe, our kit will make one complete N brace.

N brace kit includes:

  • Bullet Fence System's made in the USA2 one-way brace bands
  • 2 angled rail sleeves ("Fence Bullets")
  • 2 carriage bolts
  • 4 hex nuts
  • 2 serrated flange nuts



Simple and safe fencing

Do you want to know the best part about our fence post bracing system? There’s no welder required to use our steel pipe fence braces! The Fence Bullet lets you install fence anywhere with easy and fast installation at the best price possible. 

Simple tools make the job so much easier.

Build a pipe fence and braces with ease. The Fence Bullet eliminates expensive & heavy equipment. If posts are set accurately, no cutting is necessary.  A 9/16” wrench is the only tool needed to install a brace rail. If fitting the pipe later, simply cut the rail 1 ½ inches shorter than the distance between the posts. This simplicity makes our connectors a great option for remote builds.

What could be safer?

We can’t help you if you drop the pipe on your foot building your half brace but we can say you won’t start a fire with a Fence Bullet pipe connector.  Lung and eye health risks of welding are not an issue and people with disabilities appreciate the system since pacemakers and poor eyesight make welding a risky choice.

Before you buy: measure your pipe

The Fence Bullet kits are designed to fit the round pipe ordering options above. Please double check the outside diameter of your pipe to ensure a good fit for your pipe fence angle brace.

N brace special considerations:

N (angle) brace kits are the foundation of a good fence brace. No cross brace wires are needed if angled/diagonal braces are used. The N kit has a 90-degree vertical range of motion.

Durable material

To guarantee a durable long-lasting brace, Bullet Fence Systems kit components are manufactured from high-quality steel and made in the U.S.A.

General guide for wire fence bracing:

1| Plan your layout. Sketch out a drawing of your planned fence line. You can use Google Maps to measure on aerial photography. Be sure to mark where gates will be located as well as where hills and valleys are.

For wire fencing, pick out a brace style. We personally suggested N braces to be a part of the brace. 

2| Mark your brace locations and choose your brace style. Bracing will be dependent on the wire type and terrain. Most woven wire bracing will not exceed 660 feet between braces. Single pull wire, such as barbed wire, will not exceed 1320 feet. Typically, short pulls use single braces, whereas, longer pulls that exceed one half of the maximum distance use double braces. The terrain may dictate more braces. A change of grade, such as hills and valleys are typical brace locations as well. Braces should be placed on any change of directions more than 10 degrees. An inside brace (N) is a good idea on posts that have a change of direction of more than 10 degrees. If turns exceed 20 degrees, wires should be tied off to a inline brace. See our brace installation guide for more brace details such as post spacing, depth to set and brace styles. We also have examples of bracing for high fence.

3| Buy your pipe from your favorite pipe supplier. If your using Fence Bullets, make sure to check the sizes for compatibility. If pipe is precut make sure it's done with a saw to make your install easier.

4| Place your order. You can order online or give us a call it you need assistance or have question.

5| Once your kit has arrived, gather tools and start building fence. For full details & installation instructions, see our installation page

At this time, we do not collect taxes for any state other than Oklahoma. If you are an Oklahoma resident and the product will be used in Oklahoma, click on the following link to apply for tax exemption prior to ordering. 

Oklahoma Residents Only - Tax Exemption Order Form