Fi-Shock Snap-On T-Post Insulator

$7.09
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Fi-Shock Snap-On T-Post Insulator

$7.09

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Product Summary:

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Fi-Shock® Yellow Snap-On 2" Extender T-Post Insulator

Best used for fastening electrified wire to posts.  Fits securely on standard (1.25 or 1.33) studded T-posts. It is fabricated as one molded piece, so it needs no hardware.
 
Features:
  • Use with Wire
  • Fits securely on standard (1.25 or 1.33) studded T-post
  • One molded piece - needs no hardware
  • Color: Yellow
  • 25 per bag
 

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Have same product and local tractor supply was out of stock.
Thomas P on Aug 24, 2015
Is this product compatible with polyrope such as the Baygard Platinum 8 Strand Poly Wire?
A shopper on Jul 31, 2015
Fi-Shock Snap-On T-Post Insulator
Fi-Shock Snap-On T-Post Insulator
Baygard 8 Strand Super HD PVC Coated Polywire
Baygard 8 Strand Super HD PVC Coated Polywire
Best Answer: Yes, the snap on insulators are compatible.. I bought the Baygard polywire and used these insulators as well as another insulator. They hold up very well and the only reason I switched insulators was I found a style at a local store that is easier to re-string the polywire if needed and they can be used on wood posts as well if I ever decide to install wood posts...
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