Deluxe Gate Latch

$3.59
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Deluxe Gate Latch

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Product Summary:

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Deluxe Gate Latch
Heavy duty gate latch is easy to use- you only need one hand!  For use in the barn or in your home.

Product Features:
  • Used on metal or wood gates
  • Easy to open
Item Specifications:
Color:
Silver
 
Material:
Zinc Plated Metal

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can use one hand to open gates while holding horse
Joy P on Oct 31, 2015
A neighbor has these latches on there gates and we liked them.
Thomas P on Aug 24, 2015
just put up a new corral for the horses, and I've used these before,their the best,,Thank,you
Barbara M on Oct 1, 2015
Love how easy to open and close gate. Horse can't open it.
Maxine Z on Aug 8, 2015
how does one install this? What is the round ring for?
Sheridan C on Nov 16, 2013
Best Answer: the round ring is a staple, we pounded ours into a solid post that the gate mounted up to when closed, the chain I used a bolt put thru the end of the chain onto the gate, then I was able to take the end hook and drop thru the staple to hold it all too, the round ring on the hook keeps it from slipping out, to open it you have to lift the ring up into the hook the hook will then slid up out of the staple. it makes a lock when closed so horse can not lift the hook out of the staple.
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