Model # 10036

Internet #202065773

ShelterLogic 30 in. EasyHook Anchor Kit 4-Piece
0677599100369

ShelterLogic

30 in. EasyHook Anchor Kit 4-Piece

$2424 /each

Product Overview

Entrench your outdoor structure with Easy Hook Anchors from ShelterLogic to keep it stabilized in windy conditions. This kit includes four 30 in. anchors and with cable hooks and a driving rod to plummet the steel devices into the earth. Once descended to a proper depth, set the anchor by pulling or cranking up the heavy-gauge cable and attach it to the corner of your shed, kennel, swing set, shelter, gazebo or other structure that may need a sturdy tie-down.
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Product Overview

Entrench your outdoor structure with Easy Hook Anchors from ShelterLogic to keep it stabilized in windy conditions. This kit includes four 30 in. anchors and with cable hooks and a driving rod to plummet the steel devices into the earth. Once descended to a proper depth, set the anchor by pulling or cranking up the heavy-gauge cable and attach it to the corner of your shed, kennel, swing set, shelter, gazebo or other structure that may need a sturdy tie-down.
  • Used to secure and anchor shelters, swing sets, gazebos, kennels and more to a variety of surfaces including grass, rocky soil, gravel and asphalt
  • Made of solid steel with heavy-gauge wrapped-wire cables
  • Quick, secure solution for anchoring in almost any soil condition
  • Manufacturer recommends 1 easy hook anchor per leg or 2 per rib
  • Kit includes 4-piece 30 in. easy hook anchor, 4 cable clamps and 1 driving rod

Product Overview

Entrench your outdoor structure with Easy Hook Anchors from ShelterLogic to keep it stabilized in windy conditions. This kit includes four 30 in. anchors and with cable hooks and a driving rod to plummet the steel devices into the earth. Once descended to a proper depth, set the anchor by pulling or cranking up the heavy-gauge cable and attach it to the corner of your shed, kennel, swing set, shelter, gazebo or other structure that may need a sturdy tie-down.

  • Used to secure and anchor shelters, swing sets, gazebos, kennels and more to a variety of surfaces including grass, rocky soil, gravel and asphalt
  • Made of solid steel with heavy-gauge wrapped-wire cables
  • Quick, secure solution for anchoring in almost any soil condition
  • Manufacturer recommends 1 easy hook anchor per leg or 2 per rib
  • Kit includes 4-piece 30 in. easy hook anchor, 4 cable clamps and 1 driving rod

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
30
Product Height (in.)
30
Product Width (in.)
.5 in

Details

Color Family
Whites
Kit Type
Anchor Kit
Material
steel
Product Type
anchor
Product Weight (lb.)
7lb
Returnable
90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
1 year against manufacturer defect

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
30
Product Height (in.)
30
Product Width (in.)
.5 in

Details

Color Family
Whites
Kit Type
Anchor Kit
Material
steel
Product Type
anchor
Product Weight (lb.)
7lb
Returnable
90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
1 year against manufacturer defect

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Questions & Answers

Reviews say driving rod bends easily. Can a piece of rebar be used instead, will it fit In anchor?

Reviews say driving rod bends easily. Can a piece of rebar be used instead, will it fit In anchor?
Asked by: rick
1} Bar not so much bends as the tip(s) deform [ie: flatten] upon being pounded on. That causes issue with pulling that end out of the anchor after installation. 2} Any standard rebar will work. I tried a coated one to help make it better removable.
Answered by: oldlakers
Date published: 2017-05-21

So is there 4 anchors in a kit or is it one anchor that's 4 peices

Asked by: DT
As displayed >> four {4} separate anchors. Only one pound-in bar, however.
Answered by: oldlakers
Date published: 2017-05-21

What is the HOLDING POWER of the 30 in. Easyhook Anchor Kit in Normal soil?

Will these Anchors corrode or rust? What is the cable made out of? What is each anchors holding power in normal soil and the minimum cable breaking strength?
Asked by: Z1630
Seems to hold solid after deepest penetration. Can be loosened up with extra wiggling around.
Answered by: oldlakers
Date published: 2017-07-21

how many of these should be used on a car canopy 10 by 20 feet?

will these securely hold a 10 by 20 foot canopy in rocky soil
Asked by: bevg
Whatever number you feel most comfortable with. My guess would be at least six(6). (Each corner and mid sides)
Answered by: oldlakers
Date published: 2017-05-21
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Customer Reviews

30 in. EasyHook Anchor Kit 4-Piece is rated 3.1 out of 5 by 27.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Driving rod is a problem The driving rod got stuck in the first anchor. I was able to pull the anchor out of the ground and remove the rod from the anchor. I purchased a two foot piece of 1/2" rebar which worked perfectly. The original driving rod is too thick I believe. Once all anchors were in the ground, they worked great.
Date published: 2017-07-02
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Pro - Very heavy duty anchor with some versatility on how/ways to install it. Cons - 1} The inc... Pro - Very heavy duty anchor with some versatility on how/ways to install it. Cons - 1} The included pound-in bar works great the 1st time. Unfortunately, the pounded on in deforms a bit, then if placed reversely into the anchor the next time{s} it becomes stuck. I was able to remove it once, but in subsequent install, it stuck solid. Could NOT pull it back out without total removal of anchor. (Which is also Not easy.) Supposedly 'temporary' bar had to remain as permanent attachment; and a new rebar utilized for remaining installs. 2} As opposed to a screw-in type anchor, this one is virtually permanent without digging substantially around it first. Good if you plan to leave it for good. BAD if you ever choose to remove it for whatever reason. My plan is to go with screw-in's instead in the future.
Date published: 2017-05-20
Rated 1 out of 5 by from nor happy with the new anchors i pounded in the first one, rod is stuck in the anchor. I used the rod i got with the garage and it is stuck in the second one. The anchor needs to be honed out alittle, as the rod is too thick. The anchors i got with the 10x20 garage were made better and i had no trouble
Date published: 2017-09-02
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Could be better The rod that came with the kit does not have a marked end and they both look a like but not sure that it matters because I think it mushroomed and now I can't get it out of the ground
Date published: 2017-08-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 5 Star Review Rating provided by a verified purchaser
Date published: 2017-04-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 5 Star Review Rating provided by a verified purchaser
Date published: 2017-07-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from worked fine... worked fine
Date published: 2017-08-01
Rated 4 out of 5 by from heavy gauge cable and good price The instructions are in a pdf file online under "more info" tab. Comes with a driving rod that is probably between 2 to 3 feet (didn't measure it). The cable is thicker and tougher than the picture depicts. Be sure to eat your "Weaties" before driving the anchors into the ground, takes alot of strikes of the sledge. Not sure if I was really able to pull up on the cables sufficiently to "set" the end to 90 degree position but I don't think they are going anywhere. I used these to anchor a very heavy duty metal swingset in the backyard. Pretty tough setup for the money but requires some work to set the anchors but I don't think they are going to budge.
Date published: 2011-08-30
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