Deluxe Gate Latch

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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

Product Reviews by Customers

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Really hard to ring these now and they work so well.
Katherine M on Mar 27, 2017
Handy latches.
Cindy C on Dec 31, 2016
Even my smarty Morgan mare couldn't figure out how to get this one open!
COLLEEN M on Feb 23, 2017
One arm full of hay and a regular gate latch is hard to open. This one takes one hand and is secure when closed.
Diana L on Oct 20, 2016
Does the loop have a spring tension? My cows just bump the none spring loop. The loop bounces up and the hook goes up and off. The only ones that is bump proof are the ones that spring tight.
Atvranch on Feb 20, 2017
Best Answer: Just received my gate latches, and these are the same ones that can be easily bump by a animal nose, and the latch and ring tilts and falls off. Had my cows do this three times this month. Somebody does sell the version where the ring actually has to be lifted, but this is not them. If I can't return these, I guess I will try two latches per gate. Disappointing.
Reply · Report · Atvranch on Mar 5, 2017
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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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Is there a picture of how this works?
Cheryl L on Jan 23, 2017
Best Answer: No picture but...you use a hammer and pound the large horse shoe nail into a wooden post ( the horseshoe nail is very substantial, takes some strength to get it in) then you secure the chain around your metal gate (with hardware that is unfortunately not included) and that part hangs off your gate. When you close the gate, you just drop the latch into the horseshoe nail and the ring on the latch prevents a horse from lifting it out. When you open the gate, just lift up the ring and and lift out the latch. It is very easy to use. I like it because you can work the latch with one hand.
Reply · Report · Julie K on Jan 23, 2017
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Will it rust quickly?
Jen Z on May 8, 2017
Best Answer: In a word, yes. After two years of use, the anti-rust plating wears off where the chain links touch each other. But the latch will continue to work well for years more.
Reply · Report · Stephen L on May 9, 2017
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Can I use this attaching two metal gates together for pigs with a chain?
Charr C on May 13, 2016
Best Answer: Charr, I've had pigs. They are really hard on things. The best setup would be a single gate, not two gates together. If you are truly stuck with this setup I would put a chain with large links tight around one side, and Gate Latches on the other. The Gate Latch can hook into the chain on the second gate. For pigs I would use 2 or 3 on the gate, differant heights, just to be sure.
Reply · Report · Nancy C on May 14, 2016
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