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Franklin Industries Studded T-Post, 8 ft./ 1.25 lb. per foot

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  • Features an angled stud that helps hold the fence against the post
  • The large anchor plate provides greater holding power
  • Posts are finished with enamel for rust resistance above and below ground
  • Includes 5 clips

Specification Description
Finish: Enamel Paint
Lb. Per Foot: 1.25 lb.
Material: Steel
Noun: T Post
Brand: Franklin Industries
Product Type: Posts
Manufacturer Part Number 8' 1.25 GRN
Franklin Industries Studded T-Post, 8 ft./ 1.25 lb. per foot is rated 4.1 out of 5 by 12.
Rated 2 out of 5 by from OK 'cept for lower plate. These T posts are what you would expect excepting that the flat plate is not big enough. They are too easy to pull out, unlike others I've used where the flange is very hard to get out the ground. If you stretch fence wire they will pull over.
Date published: 2018-10-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Well made! Awesome posts for making a goat fence with. Length is great to use with the 5 or 6 ft fencing so the goats can't jump out. Need muscle to get the posts down in the ground though.
Date published: 2018-10-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from These are the best. These are the best, and the best price also, very sturdy.
Date published: 2018-10-04
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Perfect for my use I bought these to put up a tall fence to keep deer out of my garden. They work great with 8 foot spacing and the high fence kept the deer out this year.
Date published: 2017-09-03
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How far apart should these posts be placed to hang six foot high chicken wire?

Asked by: Joey B
You should space your posts 8-12 feet apart as a general rule, although 10-12 feet apart is sufficient for 5-6 wire barbed fence.
Answered by: DanielB
Date published: 2018-06-01

does post cost include wire ties for five wire fence

Asked by: Louise 39
It does not.
Answered by: DanielB
Date published: 2018-05-02

After post has been embedded a foot in the ground how much of the post will be above ground?For I need my fencing 8 feet high.

Asked by: SteveWH
7ft will be above ground.
Answered by: DanielB
Date published: 2018-06-15

Should an 8' post be driven further into the ground than 1 foot for stability in sand?

Asked by: BigBlock
It may be necessary to drive it more than one foot, depending on the soil or sand density. It also depends on the type of fencing you’re hanging or particular application.
Answered by: CodyP
Date published: 2018-08-01

What is the width of the spade near the bottom of the post?

Asked by: Julia66
The width of the spade is between 3 1/2 - 3 3/4.
Answered by: ChrisCD
Date published: 2018-08-01

Would two of these posts be able to hold a 4ftx6ft corrugated plastic sign?  

Asked by: Eric720900
Yes, two of these posts would hold a corrugated plastic sign. The sign would need to be welded to the posts.
Answered by: JasmineH
Date published: 2018-05-22

What is the width of the t post for a 8 ft one

Asked by: Beau devere
The width is: 1.375”
Answered by: AmandaW
Date published: 2018-07-03

I have the t-posts and the clips but I do not know how they work

Asked by: jimsy
Place the clip behind the post and hook it around the wire in front. Then clamp the clips to secure them to the wire and post.
Answered by: DanielB
Date published: 2018-06-12
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