Fi-Shock Extended T-post Insulator

$10.49
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Fi-Shock Extended T-post Insulator

$10.49

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Product Summary:

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Fi-Shock® Yellow Snap-On 5" Extender Insulator

Extends the wire 5" from the post. This yellow insulator fits securely on standard (1.25 or 1.33) studded T-posts. No hardware is needed to put this insulator on a post.
 
Features: 
  • Snap-on insulators
  • For use on standard (1.25 or 1.33) studded T-posts
  • Extends wire 5" from post
  • No hardware needed
  • Color: Yellow
  • 25 per bag

 

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Product Reviews by Customers

Rated 3 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Flimsy and breaks easily I now avoid fi-shock insulators. Several break out of each package, sometimes when installing. This has happened on both long and shorter Fi-shock insulators. I have never had this happen with the Zareba/Red snapper insulators, and I have put up miles of them. Another reviewer liked that they installed easily, but this seems to be because they are thin and a little loose. Not worth saving a few cents and spending hours looking for shorts when they break or bend over with the slightest side strain. Most of our electric fences are used to keep livestock off woven wire fences. January 26, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Easy To Work With Thess seem to be more rubber based than other insulators. More flexible and easier to get on the t-post that other insulators I worked with. March 19, 2011
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