Abstract: Wind-induced loads cause electrical transmission line fatigue. Evaluation procedures consider descriptors such as deflection amplitude (Yb) and far-field vibration (fymax), which cannot relate endurance limits and wire loads. The investigation uses the finite element (FE) strategy developed in part I to study Aluminum Conductor Steel Reinforced (ACSR) submitted to wind induced loads. The analysis underlines the Yb and fymax discrepancies. A factorial design leads to a model relating them with precision of 92%. Comparisons with experimental ACSR data indicate that fatigue predictions from the Coffin-Manson relation associated with the FE model provide realistic evaluations of service lives.