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Fi-Shock® T-Post Gate Handle Anchors
Need an anchor for your Fi-Shock® T-Post Gate Handle? We created this one specifically for that purpose.
This insulated Fi-Shock® T-Post Gate Handle Anchor is to be used in conjunction with our fence gate handles. Their screw-in design type is for T-post gate posts. Packed 2 per bag.
Gate Handles and Accessories
Q: What is the best way to install gate openings?
A: Here are 3 recommended options:
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Fi-Shock® T-Post Gate Handle Anchors - Specifications
- Use in conjunction with fence gate handles
- Screw-in design type is for T-post gate posts
- Packed 2 per bag
Disclaimer: Zareba® System does not endorse any information contained in product reviews. Please follow all label instructions for your specific use.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Review RatePoor quality product not worth buying
I have minimum of 14 deer that test my fence regularly. Installed 12 of these almost 1 year ago. Installed on T-post as directed. After about 2 months I noted decreased fence voltage immediately after rain. Voltage Found to be arcing over insulator to steel loop through rain drops/wet insulator. I can tolerate this. By month four, late August, I noted the plastic insulators had a broken wedge out of it..... As of today only 2 of these insulators are still functional , and only one of the functional insulator is being used. More of a better quality insulator would make this an acceptable product. Also a foot on base of loop so tension against T-post would make it stay put better Only 1 star from meResponse From Zareba®Lauren : Consumer Relations Representative
Thank you for taking the time to share this valuable feedback. We apologize for this experience and have shared these concerns with our Product Manager for review. Our insulators are covered under a one year replacement policy. Please feel free to contact us at 1-855-5-ZAREBA (1-855-592-7322) for assistance.
THESE GATE HOOKS/ANCHORS ARE JUNK! THEY DON'T TIGHTEN ON THE POST WELL AT ALL, AND THE PLASTIC INSERT INSULATORS ARE MADE OF HARD PLASTIC AND CRACK AND FALL OUT OF THE RING, NOW YOU HAVE THE REMAINS ON YOUR POST, AND YOUR GATE IS SHORTING OUT YOUR FENCE LINE! SAVE YOUR MONEY! JUNK !Response From Zareba®Jennifer : Consumer Relations Representative
Thank you for providing this feedback! We are very sorry for this unusual experience and have shared this information with our Product Managers.
Your satisfaction with your purchase is important to us and we wold like to make this right! Our products are covered by a 30 day return policy and a one year warranty with a copy of the purchase receipt. Please feel free to contact our Consumer Relations Team at 1-855-5-ZAREBA (1-855-592-7322) for further assistance. We are happy to help!
- All About
A standard gate can be used without interfering with the electric fence by running an insulated cable underneath the ground to bring the current to the other side of the gate.
To prevent animals from rubbing or pushing through a standard gate, an electrified wire can be mounted on the gate itself. The use of a sturdy rubber gate handle is ideal for this purpose.
Expandable Gate Handles
Expandable gates are made up of a long spring and an insulated gate handle. The electric fence gate handle is disconnected from the post and then the gate is opened by pulling the spring gate back with the gate handle.
Spring gates expand and keep the electric fence gate taut. It is electrified when closed and neutral when open. Expandable gate handles should be used with these spring gates. They should be molded from tough, high quality plastic with shockproof thickness for safe handling protection.
Fi-Shock® FAQs on Electric Fence Systems
We have tried to compile a library of frequently asked questions and their respective answers under our Fi-Shock® FAQs section