Shockline Flex Fence® Electric Coated Wire – Pallet of 14 1320' Rolls

SKU: 1320SL*P

*FALL SALE – Purchase a pallet of fourteen (14) Shockline Flex Fence® Electric Coated Wire 1320' rolls and save over $1,400.00. Shockline is backed by a 20-Year Ltd. Mfg. Warranty.

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Shockline Flex Fence® Electric Coated Wire – Pallet of 14 1320' Rolls
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*FALL SALE – Purchase a pallet of fourteen (14) 1320' rolls and save over $1,400.00!


Shockline Flex Fence® electric coated wire has 1,400 pounds of break strength per rail and is the strongest electric fence RAMM carries! This affordable, Class-3 12.5-gauge high-tensile wire fencing features RAMM's exclusive polyethylene coating for added safety & visibility, along with 3 conductive purified carbon strips to conduct electricity more efficiently than other types of fencing conductors that have an arch length of about 3" vs. Shockline's 4" arch length. Shockline is a much safer alternative than traditional fencing; the thick, protective polymer coating allows the rail to ‘roll’ and flex up to 6"-8" on impact.

Shockline is great for containing horses, cattle, and many other livestock animals - available in white, black, and brown. Multiple rails provide a stronger and more attractive barrier. Those who don’t need to electrify all of the rails can combine Shockline with other Flex Fence® styles to achieve optimal rail spacing and a consistent look to beautify your farm. For more photos and ideas, we welcome you to visit our Shockline Flex Fence® electric coated wire Pinterest board section.

It can be used as a standalone fencing system or in combination with other fence rails (many customers choose 4 or more rails for their fencing system). Shockline is an excellent choice for combination fencing; it yields a more economical fence with higher break strength and visibility. Example: 1 rail of 525 Plus Flex Fence® and 4 rails of Shockline provides 9,800 lbs of break strength... which would take 7 rails of Shockline to achieve on its own.

A top rail of this coated electric horse fencing system can help if you have trouble with horses playing or leaning over shared or common fence lines. Your horses will respect their fence lines and reduce the maintenance frequency on your current fencing system. Additionally, a rail of the coated electric can be added between rails to help stop horses from reaching through, or at the bottom of your horse fence to help keep horses from reaching under.

Installation: It's recommended the rail spacing between the ground and the first rail can be 12", however, if there's smaller livestock involved (miniatures, goats, etc.) the rail spacing will need to be confined to 7" to prevent them from going under/through the fence. When installing your fence posts, because this is a high-tensile fence system, we highly recommend using diagonal brace plates to support the tension of the Shockline rails. Diagonal brace plates are the backbone of every great fencing system; they're used to attach brace posts to your corner, gate, and end posts. You can read more about the technique of installing your brace posts here.


  • 20-Year Ltd. Mfg. Warranty

  • Rails will never crack or peel

  • No stress marks if rail bends

  • Rails never need to be painted

  • UV-protected

  • Made with pride in the USA!


Warranty: Shockline Flex Fence® electric coated wire has a 20-Year Ltd. Mfg. Warranty against any cracking, peeling, chipping, discoloration, manufacturer's defect, or UV weathering. It does not cover abuse or misuse; we recommend using the manufacturer's installation instructions

Shipping: This product ***CANNOT SHIP USPS - online shipping quotes at checkout with USPS are not valid***. When ordering more than a couple of rolls, this item ships on a semi-truck via an LTL freight carrier. Please contact one of our expert account managers at 800-434-6296 for a shipping quote or a free custom fencing layout! For more information on how this type of delivery works and what we need you to do upon arrival, please read through these two links: