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YARDGARD

Model # 901183A

Internet # 202025622

Store SKU # 195448

4 ft. Galvanized Steel Electric Fence Post

$1.92 /each

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Model # 901183A

Internet # 202025622

Store SKU # 195448

The YARDGARD 4 ft. Galvanized Steel Electric Fence Post is a light, round steel post that's designed to hold electric fence wire. This galvanized-steel electric fence post stands 4 ft. tall and features a post spade to provide stability and minimize rotation.

  • Holds electric fence wire
  • Steel construction
  • 4 ft. height
  • Galvanized finish provides durability
  • Post spade provides stability and helps minimize rotation
  • Red color

SPECIFICATIONS

Dimensions
Actual post height (in.) 
Actual post thickness (in.) 
Actual post width (in.) 
Product Depth (in.) 
Product Height (in.) 
48 
Product Width (in.) 
3.5 
Details
Cap/top included 
No 
Color Family 
Brown 
Color/Finish 
Brown 
Commercial/Residential Use 
Commercial / Residential 
Features 
No additional features 
Fencing Product Type 
Ornamental Posts 
Gauge 
Hardware Included 
No 
Includes 
No Additional Items Included 
Material 
Metal 
Number of posts included 
Product Weight (lb.) 
12 lb 
Recommended Fastener 
None 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Shape 
Rectangle 
Use 
Any 
Warranty / Certifications
Manufacturer Warranty 
None 

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Post spacing for horse fencing?

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October 9, 2015
Using metal wire, single strand electric.
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October 12, 2015
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I'm the one who posed the question. 6 feet seems awfully close together for fencing a multi-acre paddock. I can see that close of spacing for small paddocks.
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October 12, 2015
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We recommend having 6 ft. between each post.
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What is the easiest way to install?

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Post pounder? Hammer? How deep into ground?
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October 12, 2015
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Post Driver would work well. The only requirement is that the blade is in the ground and covered.
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DOES THIS FENCE POST HAVE SLOTS TO PULL LIGHT WEIGHT STRING THROW

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April 18, 2015
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There are no slots in these posts.....they are solid.
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What is the diameter of the 48" metal post?

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February 2, 2015
I plan to use the galvanized steel electric fence post without electrifying it. The specifications seem to say it is one inch but the picture looks more like it is about 1/4" in diameter. I am looking for an economical way to hang/run some hardware cloth to enclose my pond and portion of land to fence out rabbits. I do not want to use rabbit fencing. My other option is to purchase the t-post, if this is not advisable. Please help me decide what is best...thank you.
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February 4, 2015
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The actual post is made with 1/2" thick rebar.
This would work for your application......alternatively you can use U-posts as a more economical option to T-posts.
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