Sure Latch Lockable 2-Way Latch

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Sure Latch Lockable 2-Way Latch

$18.39

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Sure-Latch Lockable Two-Way Livestock Gate Latch

All Sure-Latch products feature zinc plating to improve longevity and provide a beautiful shine. Can be used on residential, commercial, or livestock gates with 1 5/8" - 2" O.D. round tube. Latch will release to allow gate to swing in either direction. Convenient one-handed operation allows gate to be opened on horseback. Bolts to mount the latch to post NOT included.

Product Features:

  • Use on gates with 1 5/8" - 2" O.D. round tube
  • Operational with one hand
  • Gate can swing both directions
  • Prevents gate end from sagging or swinging
  • Padlock for additional security
  • Allow 2 - 2 3/4" gap between post and gate
  • Includes hardware to mount the gate side pin only
  • Made in the USA!

Item Specifications:

Color:
Silver

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use may of them before - good, good product!!!!!!!!
Patrick H on Dec 19, 2016
These latches are awsome. Makes life easy at our arena.
Herb H on Oct 27, 2016
We build steel corral gates and fencing. These latches are THE BEST. All of our customers agree.
Harry G on Dec 6, 2016
we have two of them already and we love them
craig s on Dec 7, 2015
Do you have to pick up the gate to unlatch the gate?
Greg L on Oct 11, 2013
Best Answer: No, you should not have to do this. If the installation was done correctly all you should have to do is just close it. Period. Hate having to go to other places & still have to deal with chains, clips etc. Those days are gone at my place.
Reply · Report · DIANE F on Nov 3, 2014
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Does it take two of these to secure the gate to the post?
KIM B on Jun 28, 2016
Best Answer: No, this is only meant to keep the gate closed. (The gate is hinged to a post on the opposite side.) The advantage to this closure is it will open toward you or away from you, single hand operation, but impossible for the animal to open. However, the gate has to be in alignment with proper spacing for this latch with the post (as pictured). Hope this helps.
Reply · Report · CAROL W on Jun 29, 2016
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Color? Is this galvanized like it looks in the picture or is it painted?
Rhonda Y on Aug 19, 2015
Best Answer: Yes it is galvanized. However if they get it from another supplier it may be painted because I've gotten them both galvanized and painted.
Reply · Report · James M on Aug 19, 2015
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can you open them horseback?
Doug B on Jan 7, 2017
Best Answer: Yes if you have them high enough. I've done it once so far, just make sure to put the latch up high on post not low so you don't have to bend over to open it or between 2nd and 3rd rail on fence
Reply · Report · CAROL S on Jan 7, 2017
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What if you do not have a 4 x 4 post but rather a pipe post?
Sally T on Sep 2, 2015
Best Answer: Yes - I put the Sure Latch on a 2" fiberglass round post and it worked just fine. We did end of buying muffler clamps to attach to the fiberglass post to make the latch more stable. They are working super. I have 3 more gates to put up later in the fall and I will be going the same route for sure.
Reply · Report · Nan S on Sep 2, 2015
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can i use this on square tube?
A shopper on Oct 8, 2016
Best Answer: The part that fits on the gate that has the pin is curved to fit a round gate tube. It might work with a square tube if you welded it in place or could use the bolts to tighten it down. I know this isn't very helpful, but it's the best I can do not having tried it on a square tube myself. I did modify the other side by welding it to a round gate tube. It's a great latch.
Reply · Report · Lucinda G on Oct 9, 2016
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