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32 in. Adjustable Helical Post Black

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  • Black powder-coating on steel structure offers durability
  • Spiral disk near bottom offers stability
  • Quick and easy installation with instruction
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About This Product

The simplest and most efficient way to support a patio, tool shed or deck without needing to dig or pour concrete. Quick installation with a lever. Adjust the head to facilitate installation or add an extension to insert it deeper. Its steel structure, with a baked powder coating finish and its spiral disk ensure stability. This modern technology can be used in all types of terrain and resists ground movements (freezing, thawing).

Highlights

  • Supports a load up to 5000 lbs. in sandy soil - 3500 lbs. in clay soil
  • To be used with 4 in. x 4 in. dressed square posts
  • No concrete needed
  • Head adjustment can be adjusted up to 3 in.
  • Durable baked powder coating finish
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Product Information

Internet # 316513355

Model # 10565

Store SKU # 1006262708

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Specifications

Dimensions: H 6 in, W 6 in, D 32 in

Dimensions

Individual Product Height (in.)

32

Individual product length (in.)

6 in

Individual Product Width (in.)

6 in

Product Depth (in.)

32 in

Product Height (in.)

6 in

Product Width (in.)

6 in

Details

Color Family

Black

Decking Hardware Type

Other Deck Hardware

Fastener Material

Steel

Number in Package

1

Returnable

90-Day

Total Product Weight (lb.)

3

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty

5 years limited

Questions & Answers

87Questions
caret
Q:Can you install these so the saddle is at finish ground level surface?
by|Apr 24, 2024
1 Answer
Answer This Question

A:  Hello, The u-bracket should be 4 inches from the ground in sandy soil and 6 inches from the ground with loamy soil. The ground will be able to move during freezing and thawing without affecting the structure. Thanks

by|Apr 26, 2024
    caret
    Q:Can these be driven by sds max hammer drill?
    by|Apr 24, 2024
    1 Answer
    Answer This Question

    A:  Hello, it's possible to install the Pylex 50 (10555) 32 (10565) with an impact screwdriver. You can write to us at info@pylex.com and we will give you all the information. Thanks

    by|Apr 29, 2024
      1 found this answer helpful
      caret
      Q:I used the 50 inch pilings and substituted the 6 inch heads. I cut a shoulder into my 6x6 and attached a doubled 2x12 beam. The beams leans. Do I need to use a post to beam connector so the beam weight is dead center over the post?
      by|Apr 21, 2024
      1 Answer
      Answer This Question

      A:  Hello, can you send me pictures to info@pylex.com. Anything else please let me know. Thanks

      by|Apr 23, 2024
        caret
        Q:Can I have the engineering information for using these in Massachusetts please/ thank you
        by|Apr 19, 2024
        1 Answer
        Answer This Question

        A:  Hello, It is possible for us to send you the engineering documents for the Pylex50 91055) by email. Please send your request to info@pylex.com. Thanks

        by|Apr 23, 2024
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          Customer Reviews

          3.8 out of 5

          • 3.8 out of 73 reviews
          • 63% recommend this product
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          Good value, but a delicate product
          Needs to be made of heavier gauge material. References are made to using a "3/4" impact socket connected to a 1" impact driver to drive the ground screw, but the inside dimension of the cap is such that the 3/4" impact socket fits quite loose. We had to incorporate metal shims to keep it from rounding out the inside of the ground screw once it started hitting harder soil. Beam receiver metal is too thin gauge and welds broke upon compacting with a sledge hammer although we used a 4x4 block.
          by
          Response from Pylex Customer ServicesOct 16, 2023
          Hello SIr,
          We do not recommend to install them from the inside but using a adapter that will cover the piles from the outside. The piles isn't meant to be installed using a 3/4" impact wrench. Please send us a email and we will let you know the recommended installation method using a impact wrench : info@pylex.com. Thanks Pylex
            1 found this review helpful
            terrible product
            Every one broke terribke deisgned products. No return available of course dispiting charge
            by
            Response from Pylex Customer ServicesJul 28, 2023
            Hello SIr,
            We are surprise of this situation and we will like to hear from your experience to know what could have happened.
            Please let us know by email or over the phone : info@pylex.com / 800-264-1881.
            Thanks Pylex
              • Recommended
              2 found this review helpful
              Easy
              This unit worked well, luckily I didn't hit any kind of rock etc.
              by
              • Verified Purchase
              • Recommended
              I ordered these to anchor a roof over a paver patio to cover my grill. I thought it would be less...
              I ordered these to anchor a roof over a paver patio to cover my grill. I thought it would be less intrusive than to remove multiple pavers to dig and put in so no tubes. I was disappointed for several reasons. They are very hard to keep straight going down and once they start going crooked there is no real way to fix., even when using the rebar first. Also, even after using rebar to be sure there is a clear path, I encountered a rock or something down around 36 inches. Following the video, I used an 8 foot 2x4 to wind it into the ground. When the point encountered whatever was down there and I used a bit of force to clear it, the metal split on the top piece where it fit over the lower piece. I had high hopes, but ultimately wasted my time and money with this approach.
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              Response from Pylex Customer ServicesMay 19, 2021
              Hello Sir,
              Unfortuantely we can't control what's in the ground or what could get on the way of the piles.
              We will like to hear from you by email or over the phone : info@pylex.com or 800-264-1881.
              Thanks you Pylex
              • DIY
              3 found this review helpful
              Adjustable 32-inch foundation screw.
              Let me tell you this, the Adjustable 32-inch foundation screw is something I myself had never seen before. I needed to build a sturdy platform for a 12x14 screenhouse and with a bit of exercise screwing theses in WOW what a difference that made as far as strength holding the weight of this screen house. I couldn't be any happier. I strongly recommend that if your replacing or building a deck to use the Adjustable 32-inch foundation screws. You will not REGRET buying these.
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              • Verified Purchase
              • Recommended
              Works as advertised
              these are excellent for tight or hard to work in areas where it is impossible to dig with normal tools
              by
                • Recommended
                A decent solution for most applications
                I installed seven of these opposite a ledger board for a 8x35 replacement deck and found that these install pretty well. I live in Central Maine so we have a mix of clay rock and roots. Using a peice of scrap 4x4 and a sledge hammer to "encourage" past the occasional obstacle worked well for me in all cases - i did pilot my installation locations with 4' rebar as recommended to ensure i didn't have ledge or other obstacles in the way. I did have one unit that i believe the auger blade (aka the footing) may have broken off the pipe, but this was a low (18" off the ground) deck so i decided to just monitor for now and see if i have sinking in that location. Even with the pilot rebar i did find that most didn't go in "perfectly level" but was able to plumb the post fine. Code enforcement has already been out and inspected once and did not have any issues with helical pile installations for footings in my area. I'd recommend for smaller/lower deck applications only based on the potential auger failure i may have. Once you put in all of your beam and joist bracing i find all of the "movement" others have complained about goes away and you will be fine.
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                  • Recommended
                  6 found this review helpful
                  First time I use this foundation screw it worked absolutely awesome for what I needed to do with an extra brace under my deck
                  by
                  • Verified Purchase
                  Works great but should have a bit for an impact gun since it can be difficult in rocky ground.
                  by
                  • Verified Purchase
                  Not in New England
                  Really wanted these to work, but they're useless unless you have clear soil. Hit any rocks and they just twist apart. I wasted my day so you don't have to. I have pictures on my phone but it won't let me load them.
                  by
                  Response from Pylex Customer ServicesApr 2, 2024
                  Hello Sir,
                  Just wanted to know if you used the 1/2" rebar method to install the piles as suggested in our installation video, please let us know by email or over the phone : info@pylex.com / 800-264-1881. Thanks Pylex
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