Model # 30181

Internet #202400927

Oz-Post T4-600 4 in. Square Fence Post Anchor 8/CA
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Oz-Post

T4-600 4 in. Square Fence Post Anchor 8/CA

  • Helps protect wood against premature rotting and weed eaters
  • Quick and easy to install
  • Durable, galvanized steel anchors fit 3-1/2 in. square posts
Was  $123.30
$11097 /case

Save $12.33 (10%)  through 10/05/2017

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Product Overview

  • Helps protect wood against premature rotting and weed eaters
  • Quick and easy to install
  • Durable, galvanized steel anchors fit 3-1/2 in. square posts
Oz-Post is one of the best ways to secure a wood post in the ground. Oz-Post are not only extremely fast to install but can also help prevent your wood post from premature rot that can occur with direct burial in the ground. Oz-Post can also protect the wood from damage from weed eaters when the top sleeve is left exposed above the surface of the ground. Regardless of what you plan to build with Oz-Post you can be sure that your posts will be sturdy and long lasting for many years to come.
  • Fits a true 3-1/2 in. x 3-1/2 in. square post (pressure treated)
  • 8-Pieces per case
  • Hot dipped galvanized anchor
  • Suitable for contact with acq approved lumber

Product Overview

Oz-Post is one of the best ways to secure a wood post in the ground. Oz-Post are not only extremely fast to install but can also help prevent your wood post from premature rot that can occur with direct burial in the ground. Oz-Post can also protect the wood from damage from weed eaters when the top sleeve is left exposed above the surface of the ground. Regardless of what you plan to build with Oz-Post you can be sure that your posts will be sturdy and long lasting for many years to come.

  • Fits a true 3-1/2 in. x 3-1/2 in. square post (pressure treated)
  • 8-Pieces per case
  • Hot dipped galvanized anchor
  • Suitable for contact with acq approved lumber

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
4
Product Height (in.)
24
Product Width (in.)
4

Details

Accessory Type
Other
Commercial/Residential Use
Commercial / Residential
Contact Type Allowed
N/A
Features
Galvanized
Material
Steel
Number of posts included
8
Product Weight (lb.)
46lb
Recommended Fastener
Screws
Returnable
90-Day
Use
Any

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
25 Year Limited Warranty

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
4
Product Height (in.)
24
Product Width (in.)
4

Details

Accessory Type
Other
Commercial/Residential Use
Commercial / Residential
Contact Type Allowed
N/A
Features
Galvanized
Material
Steel
Number of posts included
8
Product Weight (lb.)
46lb
Recommended Fastener
Screws
Returnable
90-Day
Use
Any

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
25 Year Limited Warranty

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Questions & Answers

Can these be used for posts for deck around 18' round pool

Asked by: Janice
They make a post that is specifically for decks. I'd look into those.
Answered by: Wondering
Date published: 2017-07-10

can I use these for a 6' dog ear wood fence?

I just want to know if I can use these instead of the 36"
Asked by: Snooker
Yes.
Answered by: Wondering
Date published: 2017-07-10

I have a post set in the ground that is slightly off vertical.

Is there a good strategy for tilting the post while in ground so it is slightly more vertical? I am talking as small as one degree or so off vertical.
Asked by: dave
You might try inserting your post and using that as leverage to push or pull the anchor into level.
Answered by: Chuckster
Date published: 2017-03-28

Screw Sizes

What type and size of screws are best to use with this particular post anchor, also what type and size bolt screws are best to use with the post anchors. I am using Western Red Cedar fence posts. Thank you
Asked by: 369Happy
#8 worked fine.
Answered by: Wondering
Date published: 2017-07-09
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Customer Reviews

T4-600 4 in. Square Fence Post Anchor 8/CA is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 60.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I put in over 50 post in about 5 hour... I put in over 50 post in about 5 hour easy.
Date published: 2017-07-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from We bought a solid metal cylinder (8”long, 3” in diameter)... We bought a solid metal cylinder (8”long, 3” in diameter) from the metal scrap yard, we place this in the spot that holds the post. We used a sledge hammer to pound in 34 posts. Most went in easily, a few were a little more difficult. Great product!
Date published: 2017-05-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from So far we have used about a dozen of these building a fence in very hard ground. It worked to dri... So far we have used about a dozen of these building a fence in very hard ground. It worked to drive them into the bottom of the hole and then pour concrete around them. Seems like a great product.
Date published: 2017-04-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Overall this is a great idea and product. Once in the ground the bracket is rock solid...of cours... Overall this is a great idea and product. Once in the ground the bracket is rock solid...of course that's the tricky part for the average DIY home owner. First, you should use a small diameter rod or throw-away piece of lumber to probe the hole location for any roots; this bracket will only break through those if you're using a jackhammer to drive them. Next, you have to be careful driving the bracket in the ground, go slow and constantly check two sides for vertical; I used a magnetic post level for that. You also need to use something other than your finish 4x4 to pound the bracket in the ground; even after substantial rain, most Georgia yards are pretty hard with that nasty clay soil. Another reason to use something else to set the brackets, they're sized to accept a 4x4 but pulling it out can be an issue if the post is freshly pressure treated and a little over sized. I let my posts dry out for couple weeks, then used the extra length I cut off as my driving posts. You can also use the jackhammer driving bit that comes in a separate kit; for $32 its probably a good investment if you're planning on using any large number of these. Again, overall a great product for me, my fence work turned out great and it only took me a couple days to build a fence with 16 posts!
Date published: 2017-05-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Bought a new house and got a crazy high estimate on a privacy fence in the back yard for our dogs... Bought a new house and got a crazy high estimate on a privacy fence in the back yard for our dogs. Decided to do it myself and after some reviews I decided that Oz Posts were the way to go due to the time savings they provide. I opted for the jackhammer installation and picked up the jackhammer kit as well. Used a 35lb jackhammer with no problems. Installed 30 posts with no major problems. Keeping them plumb was easy with a post level, although it was almost impossible to keep them square. They seem to twist during the last 6 inches and I just couldn't figure out a way to prevent it. Be careful of tree roots, as the large trees (60+ feet) had roots that blocked the posts. I'd recommend driving a metal spike down to test for roots before starting a post as removing them is a pretty big chore. Once they're in they're pretty much in, so you'll be better off chipping away at the posts to level your rail as opposed to pulling the post and resetting it. Might have been less of a problem if I'd used a larger jackhammer, so think about that before buying or renting a hammer. I would buy the jackhammer kit if you have more than 5 posts to drive, as it takes a lot of force to drive them in all the way. Overall I'm very happy with the posts I purchased, as it was a great time saver and required a lot less effort. I'm 400 lbs and when I push on the posts they are very sturdy so I have no worries about them failing. Just be prepared for some fine tuning when it comes to setting your levels.
Date published: 2017-07-09
Rated 3 out of 5 by from My recommendation has to be qualified. Others have written that the Oz-Post isn't for sandy soil.... My recommendation has to be qualified. Others have written that the Oz-Post isn't for sandy soil. Mine isn't, but recognize I the logic in that. My soil, however, is somewhat rocky and that also doesn't work well. Problem is that each and every time it hits an obstruction, it diverts the path of the post, or twists and turns the post. At a certain point, I was wishing I had just gone the conventional route, digging a hole and using concrete. If your soil is neither sandy or rocky, then the Oz-Post will surely save you time and effort. However, if your situation isn't ideal... dig a hole. Also, factor in the cost of a jackhammer rental. A jackhammer isn't a recommendation, it's a must have.
Date published: 2017-09-19
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I have mixed feelings about these anchors. Pros: They drive in fairly easily in my heavy clay so... I have mixed feelings about these anchors. Pros: They drive in fairly easily in my heavy clay soil. They are a lot quicker than digging a hole and pouring concrete. They are removable using a 6 foot pry bar. Cons: They will twist as they drive in so forget about having your 4 x 4 stay perfectly square. As can be expected, the installed post will be a bit more wiggly than a concrete installed post. Some of the time you saved with the initial install will be spent instead trying to square things up and working around the complications of using a metal anchor.
Date published: 2017-08-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Quick, easy, and structurally sound and installation I recently installed a privacy fence with pine dog-ear 6' x 8' panels and the OzPost made it a one day project with two people. We have heavy clay soil and the post were not that hard to hammer in, square and insert 4x4 post into. Since my fence panels are only 6' tall, I went with 6' post and used the install above ground option. I recommend purchasing the post square (made it even easier). We used a 10lb sledge hammer, and it took a little muscle but not bad for this 5'7" mid age woman to do. The jackhammer option would probably be even easier.
Date published: 2017-06-27
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