Safe-Fence Vinyl Sleeve for Steel T-Post

$7.79

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$7.79

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$7.49

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Product Summary:

Safe-Fence Vinyl Sleeve for Steel T-Post
 
The Safe-Fence vinyl sleeve is attractive, functional, affordable and easy to install.  Constructed from the same material used in vinyl window and door frames, it is compounded with adequate amounts of UV and color stabilizers to deter the effects of the elements, primarily the sun.

Slip this dirctly over your steel T-Posts.  It can be easily attached with screws (which are not included).  Sleeve provides a great look, while protecting your horse from injury on T-posts.  Each vinyl sleeve comes complete with durable polyethylene cap and will not crack or splinter if cribbed. 
  
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Specifications:
Sleeves measure 2" square and 5' long.
 
 
 
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Product Reviews by Customers

Rated 5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Seven plus years of success We installed these at my daughter's horse facility over 7 years ago and they still look great. Of course, any electric fence only works when you have it on unless the horses become accustomed to it. On many occasions the fence has been left off accidently with no consequence. If the horses rub against the top, it can pop the lid off. Some horses leave the post alone and others seem to be repeat "poppers." I am going to install the same system at our own place this summer and take advantage of your sale. Thanks! June 30, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by Safe fencing I live in a high wind area and left my wooden/electric fence up along w/the vinyl fence to see how it would hold up the first winter. No problems! Beautiful and safe. I also made a template to use and attached insulators before installing over posts. The one thing I will do next winter is take off the rope off the bottom insulators as the weight of the snow pulls the rope down off the insulators anyway. Great product and easy to put the electric rope back on in the spring. June 9, 2009
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