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Galvanized Steel T-Post Clips (25-Pack)

$0.27 /each

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Complete your agricultural fencing job with the help of HDX Galvanized Steel T-Post Clips (25-Pack). These universally designed clips are made from galvanized steel wire that is twisted and turned to keep wire taut and firmly fastened to a T-Post.

  • Keeps agricultural wire taut and firmly fastened to a T-Post
  • For universal use
  • Steel material
  • Galvanized finish
  • Twisted-and-turned design
  • Holds up in tough weather conditions
  • Designed for easy installation
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How exactly are these clips suppose to be installed on fence post,I'm confused!

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May 7, 2015
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Kind of hard to describe, so I searched online for "How to fasten fence to a T bar post and this is what I found:
Step 1
Position the fence where you want it on the studded side of the T-post. The studs will keep the fence from slipping downward once secured to the posts. Have your helper hold it in place.
Step 2
Slide a T-post clip onto the post and position it so the clip ends hang over the fence
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Kind of hard to describe, so I searched online for "How to fasten fence to a T bar post and this is what I found:
Step 1
Position the fence where you want it on the studded side of the T-post. The studs will keep the fence from slipping downward once secured to the posts. Have your helper hold it in place.
Step 2
Slide a T-post clip onto the post and position it so the clip ends hang over the fence wire with ends pointing downward.
Step 3
Insert the T-post clip bender tool into the looped end of the T-post clip next to the wire you want to secure the T-post clip to. Bend the T-post clip one full turn around the fence wire with the T-post clip bender tool. Remove the tool.
Step 4
Slide the open end of the T-post clip bender tool onto to the T-post clip and bend T-post clip wire another full turn around the fence wire.
Step 5
Bend the other side of the T-post clip, without a looped end, by sliding the open end of the T-post clip bender tool onto the T-post clip and bending it one full turn around the fence wire. This end is not as long as the looped end of the wire so one turn installs it.
Step 6
When you want to remove the clips, slip the open end of the T-post clip bender tool onto one end of the T-post clip and unwrap it from the fence. Repeat for the other end.
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August 5, 2014
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put around post, twist around wire
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April 11, 2014
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Hi MotherMoose,
I'm Travis from The Home Depot. Thanks for visiting our site.
These wire clips are designed to wrap around the post and attach the fencing to it.
Use strong pliers to manipulate the wire around the post, through the fencing and twist the wire with the pliers to secure it.
Use as many clips as necessary to secure the fence.
Thank you for asking,
-Travis
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The fence post clips, is each individual clip worth 94 cents or a bag with 25 clips worth 94 cents?

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The price is for the whole package. So you pay less than a dollar for 25 clips!
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They are $1.12 here for a pack of 25, but light weight.
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January 30, 2014
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Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot. The price listed is for the 25-Pack of the HDX Galvanized Steel T-Post Clips. For any other questions, please call us at HomeDepot.com Customer Service 800-430-3376.
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How many clips are required for a 4' fence using a 6' post driven 1.5' deep?

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My guess would be 3 (95%) - 1 each on the top, bottom and middle (just want to be sure.)
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It depends on what you want to keep in or out of the fence. I used these on a deer feeder pen to keep wild pigs out. On a 36 in high fence, I used 4 clips each. Two very close to the bottom to keep the pigs from pulling the fence up and going under, and then one towards the middle and one at the very top. I would suggest that you use at least 3 clips per T post. On a 48 in fence, I'd probably go ahead Read More
It depends on what you want to keep in or out of the fence. I used these on a deer feeder pen to keep wild pigs out. On a 36 in high fence, I used 4 clips each. Two very close to the bottom to keep the pigs from pulling the fence up and going under, and then one towards the middle and one at the very top. I would suggest that you use at least 3 clips per T post. On a 48 in fence, I'd probably go ahead and use 4 per post. Do a search for The Clip Bender, HD does not sell it (But they should!). It runs less than $20 and makes using these clips SO much easier. Read Less
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October 20, 2015
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Yes. That would provide the most stability.
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Is this right?

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Galvanized Steel T-Post Clips (25-Pack) 27 cents each clip ot for the bag of them?
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The price is for the pack of 25. I installed the fence by myself using zip ties to secure fence to post. I found it much easier and more secure (just get good zip ties). I am going to go back with these clips just for more security....probably 3 per post on a 4ft fence.
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Rated 3.3 out of 5 by 11 reviewers.
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by T-Post Clips The clips themselves were solidly made. However, I was wanting the clips to secure wire fencing onto Earthbox staking poles and it doesn't work well for that. The clips are extremely difficult to open up and then bend around the poles through the fencing. I got 2 clips secured then switched to heavy-duty cable ties instead. They are hard to install and being that the Earthboxes have to be dismantled to be emptied, revitalized , and replanted, it would be even more of a hassle to remove them. It wasn't the right clip for the job. Fortunately, these clips are incredibly inexpensive so no big loss. May 24, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good products It was easy to use. This is my first using the T-Post Clips and I find it easy. June 27, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by These do not work well for some reason I have used wire fence clips in the past without an issue. Those were purchased at another hardware store. These seem to be bent in reverse to the ones that I used successfully in the past. The reversed design is not the issue that I had with them though. For whatever reason, these clips just would not stay on the fence while I was bending them. They also seemed to be bent in an improper configuration to easily reach around a T post and hook onto the other side. I ended up reshaping each one just to get them to fit around the T post, which I did buy at HD. Still, they took 3-4 times as many tries and lots more time as others that I have used in the past. I will never buy this kind again. Perhaps you will have better luck than I, but if you struggle with these, don't give up on the concept, just try a different brand of clip. Someone from HD really should test these out before they decide to carry them. Also, if you have to do any length of fence at all, look into a device called The Clip Bender. HD does not sell it, but they should. Using this device with the right clips, you can install wire clips quickly, they will be strong, look awesome and your fingers won't be sore after doing a bunch. April 24, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Worked well, but requires reading on how to install I used these clips to attach a 5ft high welded mesh fence to T-posts. There are no instructions on the pack, so make sure you know how they work before you try to use them. It isn't hard, but you can get in a frustrating tangle if you haven't done it before. You will definitely need a pair of pliers, and it is much easier with 2 people if you have a tall or heavy mesh to install. March 29, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Functional The T-Post clips were exactly as they were expected to be. They did the job with no issues. February 16, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by T-Post clips are just what I needed for my project... I needed these for a project that I was working on. The clips really came in handy for what I needed them for. October 20, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by A+ Not exactly sure what to say other than the fact is that these are super easy to apply and they get the job done. It makes putting up a fence to keep out certain animals or to protect your garden super easy. For anyone confused on how to attach it, look at the picture for the product and you'll see how it works. May 7, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by terrible shipping product is fine, shipping hassles were a nightmare. due to homedepot contracting 'old dominian freight lines' for the delivery. ODFL was terrible!!!! over $3000 of fencing made me feel like a hostage May 23, 2015
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