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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

$123.30 /case

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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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In what application do you recommend the 24" or the 34"?

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August 4, 2015
I plan on using these anchors for a 6' vinyl fence my ground is hard with alot of rock. I will use a jackhammer and will need alot of posts for 265' of fencing so I would prefer the T4-600 by the case since there are more for the money but if the 34" model is better for some reason i would like to know the difference?
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Rancho Cordova ca
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October 28, 2016
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I go with 34 but if you have low wind or good soil 24 should be fine. Also 34 for gate posts.
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Newark, DE
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October 12, 2016
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I used the 24" for the general posts and the longer 34" for the posts which support the gates. Not sure if it is necessary but just an added security for me. Might also want to check on frost line in your area. It is only 24" where I am, but I know it is deeper in the northern states.
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May 25, 2016
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You might want to use the 24" for your project. The "fin" is thicker metal, but it's shorter and will be easier to get it into the ground. The 34" is slightly thinner, but much longer and will require more work to get it all the way in the ground.
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I have a post set in the ground that is slightly off vertical.

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May 30, 2016
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.
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Newark, DE
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October 12, 2016
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When I had a couple of posts do that I pushed hard to try to get as vertical as possible and had a second person put screws in while pushing or pulling.
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July 10, 2016
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Use a 72" crowbar ,stick it in the ground close to the post and move it.
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How many come in a case?

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Newark, DE
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October 12, 2016
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8 stakes per case in the T4-600 and 6 in the T4-850.Must be a weight thing because only difference is length of stakes.
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January 26, 2016
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There are eight fence post anchors for each case.
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I wish to know if I can set these in concrete........
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January 23, 2016
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You could drive these into the ground and build the fence while you are still digging and setting the posts in a concrete installation.
I tried pulling on of these out and got up to 1700 lbs before it started to move.
It could be set in concrete but the main reason to use this system is to avoid digging and concrete.
There are other products that work better for concrete.
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January 18, 2016
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Yes, this could be set in concrete.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 32 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Only way to put up a fence Very easy to put in with Breaker hammer and insert, would recommend getting the insert if putting in more than 5 posts.. Our dogs enjoy the back yard which we were able to put up a fence and go along the creek using anchors, real easy when not having to dig first and go around trees. October 11, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by replace rotten fence using T4-600 I have soil that does not drain well and every year during heavy rain season it turns into a pond which has rotted the fence. The existing footings with the 3.5 sq hole were reused to place the H.D.G. fence posts. I purchased 8" sonatubes and non shrink grout to immobilize and support the T4's plumb and to the correct elevation. ( the footings were very uneven at the top) I used Simpson structural screw to hold the P.T. posts while assembling the framework but was not convinced that they would do the trick for the long haul and decided to add 1/2" H.D.G. bolts. Yes, I had to enlarge the holes in the brackets using a 17/32" metal bit. I am also very happy with using GRK screws for the whole job especially that they did not split the redwood slats. September 1, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Let me start by saying that these ARE NOT Miami- DADE approved. The OzCorp website has some documents stamped by a florida state engineer and hurrican testing results but quote"will not pay for the additional costs to get Miami Dade approval" This quote came directly from their customer service. So unless you want to pay an architect firm for drawings and specifications to submit for your own approval, these should not be used in Miami-Dade County. As for the actual useability (I did use some and although keeping them level was not too hard but preventing them from twisting was impossible, and if you want to sink them below the "collar" at the top using the jackhammer method i.e if you have hard ground you will them not be able to screw in the posts at the bottom. Not a horrible product overall but definitely only for certain aplications. October 28, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good enough Information for size of screws was difficult to find. I finally went to company website found it in a PDF. The posts are useful and easy to use. I am still setting my anchor posts in concrete. July 27, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by 20 in less then a day. I used a Jack hammer and they went in without a problem. I had to remove two of them because I changed my plan so I removed them with some chain and my motorcycle jack one came out fairly easy the other I had to wet the ground to get out when I relocated them I used a 10lb hammer they went in easyer then I thought they would but the 4x4's broke I had to use 2 4x4's for each one October 23, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great product. I put up over a 100 ft of custom built cedar/hog fence panels for a garden and these post are super easy to use. They work great in this Colorado clay ground. July 10, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Quick, Easy to do, and Solid I spent some time last Saturday with my brothers fixing our mother's fence which had been heavily damaged in a winter storm. The hardest part of the job was removing the old concrete-installed posts. These spikes went in quick and relatively easy with a sledgehammer. When in the ground these post spikes were very solid - very comparable to concrete. We completely finished a little over 100 ft of fence in one day. An amazing time savings compared to an old-fashioned concrete install. I wish I knew about these years ago. The only way to go, as far as I'm concerned. April 13, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Post anchor I have used these post many times they work great especially if your working in clay rocky ground May 17, 2016
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