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Fi-Shock 4 ft. Black Step-In Fence Post

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These heavy-duty 4-foot step-in fence posts will help keep your property protected when used with an electric fence system.

  • Molded clips hold electric fence wire & poly tape (up to 2 in wide)
  • Each 4 ft. post is molded of reinforced polypropylene with a heavy-duty steel stake
  • Containing extra reinforcing ribs for strength, each post also features a large step-in flange and anti-rotation spike to keep the stake from turning

Specification Description
Finish: Black
Length: 3-3/8 in.
Material: Polypropylene
Package Quantity: 1
Product Type: Posts
Brand: Fi-Shock
Manufacturer Part Number A-48B
Fi-Shock 4 ft. Black Step-In Fence Post is rated 3.8 out of 5 by 19.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great for the designed purpose These posts are great for hanging wire for an electric fence. The posts are not designed to have tension on them, meaning, you should use a metal corner post as these will bend when you tension your wire. They are plastic after all. I did break one foot step off one post. I was still able to use the post by tapping it in with a rubber mallet. We have had a two month drought and the ground was rock hard in spots. Most posts went right in, but if I felt like the foot step was bending too much, I tapped it in with a mallet. I found they went in pretty slick by doing that. These are not really a permanent solution for a fence. For a more permanent solution, or if you have animals that may push or run into your fence, use wood posts or metal T-posts. These work great for installing around a garden to keep out the critters.
Date published: 2018-08-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy and attractive I bought these to rope off a party area. Easy to install and attractive with color matching chord.
Date published: 2018-08-11
Rated 3 out of 5 by from easy to use I like them because they are easy to use , They will not hold up to any stress. They will snap just above the metal spike if there is too much pressure on the line you are using . I have to use a metal stake where ever there is going to be any stress.
Date published: 2018-07-24
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Been using for years for horse camping corrals I've used these for years for my portable corrals when camping with my horses. They do become brittle after some time, but so do the clips on the fiberglass posts. At least these are somewhat sturdy, have spots to string multiple lines for the "Houdini Horse" in your herd and are tall enough to deter the average fence jumper. I have both the white and black. Some of mine are going on 12 years old now and finally need replacing. I store them in a long pop-up canopy bag or any hockey or tent bag works too.
Date published: 2018-06-13
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Asked by: nurse honeybear
It depends upon the type of fencing, purpose of the fence, contour of the yard and whether its a straight fence or if it is angular. Generally, we recommend using posts every 6-8 feet. So if you put a post every 7ft on a straight 100ft fence you will need roughly 14 posts.
Answered by: DanielB
Date published: 2018-07-01

Is the total height 4 ft. or is that the height above ground once the stake is put in the ground?

Asked by: rdevlin31
Per the manufacturer the total height of this product is 4 feet prior to installing.
Answered by: CodyP
Date published: 2018-07-26
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