Feeney ATR CableRail Assembly: GO BIG!
CableRail All Thread Receiver Assemblies: Solutions for Over-sized Posts
Feeney introduces the first CableRail assembly designed to give customers the freedom to select the length of the Threaded Terminal end based on their post size!
Like our standard CableRail assemblies all ATR CableRail assemblies include our Quick-Connect® SS fitting, washers, and washer nut, but instead of swaging on a Threaded Terminal with a preset length to one end of the cable, we attach our specially designed All-Thread Receiver (ATR). The customer then orders the length of all-thread they need, from 1 inch to 3 feet, attaches it to the receiver, and installs the assembly into the post. Easy!
Key features and benefits
- Recommended solution for installations that use larger posts such as pilings, piers, or columns.
- Available with 1/8 and 3/16-in diameter cable.
- Assembies available in lengths from 5 to 70-ft (In 5-ft. increments)
- Only available as a special order item from Feeney Authorized Dealers.
Each Assembly Includes the following components
- Pre-cut length of cable with an All-Thread Receiver Fitting attached to one end
- Quick-Connect® SS fitting
- 1/4-20RH Washer Nut
- Flat washers (stainless steel for wood posts and nylon for metal posts)
Feeney All-Thread Receiver Assembly Options
1/8" ATR Assemblies
These assemblies are our most popular and cost effective cable option. They are perfect for all residential and light commercial projects, and can be installed on wood or metal frames.
3/16" ATR Assemblies
These assemblies are extra durable for commercial and residential settings. They can be installed on wood or metal railing frames.
For each assembly, you will need to purchase a length of All-Thread: 1/4" - 20RH threaded rod made from 316 Stainless Steel (sold by the inch).
Note: Drill hole sizes may differ if using Isolation Bushings. Call to confirm correct drill sizes.
Easy Installation Steps
Below are the steps to installing our CableRail ATR assemblies. For more details, download the installation instructions.
Mark drill hole locations on posts
Drill holes in posts. Hole diameter depends on cable size and type of fitting. (see Product Info
for drill hole charts)
Insert Protector Sleeves at necessary locations. Tap in until flush.
Apply a high strength thread locking compound to the All Thread and attach to All Thread Reciever to create your Threaded Terminal.
Insert the Threaded Terminal through the Terminal end post and attach a flat washer and Snug-Grip® Washer-Nut. Spin the nut 2 full turns.
Lace the free end of the cable through the intermediate posts and Quick-Connect®SS end post. Slide-on a flat washer and Quick-Connect®SS fitting
Hold the Quick-Connect®SS fitting with one hand and pull the cable tight with the other to remove the excess slack in the line.
Tighten the Snug-Grip® Washer Nuts to adjust the final tension in the line.
Saw off the excess threads as close to the Snug-Grip® Washer-Nut as possible. Touch-up with electric grinder.
Use cable cutters or electric grinder with cut-off disk to trim the excess cable.
Snap on decorative End Caps over the exposed ends of the Quick-Connect®SS fittings and Snug-Grip® Washer Nuts.
Since building codes vary by state, county, and city, our recommendations may not comply with code requirements in all areas. Always consult with your local building department before starting your project.
CableRail cable assemblies and fittings are designed for use on railings, fences, and trellises only. They should never be used for lifting, hanging, or high load applications.