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Studded T-Post, 5 ft., 1.25 lb. per foot

SKU: 360909999
Studded T-Post, 5 ft., 1.25 lb. per foot
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11250 preston hwy
louisville, KY 40229
(502) 810-9262
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Build a durable, quality fence in no time with this studded T Post. Rugged and easy to drive into any terrain, this T Post will not disappoint. Check with your local Tractor Supply Co. store about volume discounts.

  • 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
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Finish: Enamel Paint
Material: Steel
Noun: T Post
Lb. Per Foot: 1.25 lb.
Manufacturer Part Number 5' 1.25# GRN
Studded T-Post, 5 ft., 1.25 lb. per foot is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 105.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Posts For A Reasonable Price I bought several of these fence posts to put up a fence around my garden. Used them with 4' high plastic type snow fencing, and they've been perfect for that purpose. I would have no issues with recommending them. If I was using them for a long term fence installation, I might consider a different, heavier duty fence post, but for my intended use, they're a great choice.
Date published: 2020-06-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good heavy duty post This is a good, solid post. We just wanted to put up a fence around our garden and these did a great job. Most garden posts are pretty flimsy. These are very strong!
Date published: 2020-06-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Home delivery in less than 24 hours. I ordered online because they were out of stock at store. They were delivered about 12 hours later. How did they do that? I'm astonished. Super high quality posts. Think I will definitely need a post popper thingy to put them in but they'll do the trick.
Date published: 2020-06-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good Easy to use, durable and does what it should, bery happy
Date published: 2020-06-06
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Would this T-Post work for a five foot fence?

Asked by: Raeganw
This product is a total of 5ft and needs to go 1 foot into the ground. We would recommend a 6ft to 6 1/2ft post for this application.
Answered by: ChrisCD
Date published: 2020-04-11

how far apart do you put them

Asked by: jw34
After you run a guide line between them to ensure you set your T-posts are in a straight line, 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: 2018-05-10

I am having 200 ft. of 4 foot wire installed and was wondering, how far apart would they have to be for small dogs? They are just 20 pounders and don't even jump on the fence...what is the farthest apart they can be?

Asked by: Dee277
We recommend 8-12 feet apart as a general rule.
Answered by: NRoberts
Date published: 2019-12-21

Is this the correct size post for 47" wire fencing for a general purpose field fence (not for livestock)?

Asked by: BexFarm
Yes, a 5ft t-post will work with a 4ft fence as you will be driving the post at least 1 foot into the ground.
Answered by: DanielB
Date published: 2018-10-24

Are these 5' total length or is the 5' measured from the anchor plate up??

Asked by: Chuck S
The overall length is 5ft.
Answered by: DanielB
Date published: 2019-03-17

Will I be able to bend this to create an arch to support beans, cucumbers etc in the garden.  I’ve seen it done but you previously stated it could not be blended.

Asked by: Lecole
This item is not intended to be bent, and to modify the product by bending would be done at your own risk.
Answered by: MatthewL
Date published: 2019-12-21

How do I use these to reinforce 10”X6’ chain link dog kennel panels? Span is three panels wide.

Asked by: Goatsaregreat3
These panels should work well with T posts. Studs are spaced roughly 2 inches apart, point to point. One way these could be mated with this type of fencing would be to match the studded side with fencing and then use clips to hold it on. This would also work in reverse, as the clips would be held vertically by the studs on the other side.
Answered by: NRoberts
Date published: 2019-05-16

What is the 1.25 lb per foot? Can these posts hold up signs that are 10 lbs?

Asked by: Hdharvey
The 1.25 is referring to the weight of the t-post in pounds per lineal foot.
Answered by: NRoberts
Date published: 2019-11-15
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