Internet #202065773

Model #10036

30 in. EasyHook Anchor Kit (4 Pieces) with Driving Rod and Heavy-Guage Wrapped Wire Cables

  • High strength steel anchors items to a variety of surfaces
  • Kit includes easy hook anchors, drive rod and hardware tie-down
  • Shelterlogic 1-year limited warranty
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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

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


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Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
1 year against manufacturer defect

Questions & Answers


What gauge is the steel wire?

Asked by Neil February 10, 2021

Hello Neil, The Easy Hook Anchor wire cables has a 5mm diameter. If you have any other questions or concerns, please contact us at 1-800-932-9344. Thank you

Can these be used to anchor each end of a row of wooden posts? If so, how much weight load can th...

Asked by Bess April 20, 2020

You would need to get some extra cable, but I think that these would be ideal. Just a guess, I would say that I have at least 100 pounds of tension on each of the four I’ve put in.

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

Asked by November 2, 2016

Yes if you grind off the rigdes

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

Asked by Dt June 14, 2016

You will get 4 earth anchors, 4 cable clamps and one driver rod. The wire comes straight and one needs to put the cable clamp on the wire.

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

Asked by Z1630 May 22, 2015

Soil varies widely. more clay, better holding, more sand, less holding.

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

Asked by bevg April 12, 2015

I used 1 on each corner for a 12 X 20 carport. I also drilled thru leg & base where they join together to thread the cable thru. If you are in a real windy area, I would buy another kit as they are priced very reasonable & 8 vs 4 anchors would exponentially give better hold down power.

How do these work in Asphalt?

Asked by Niramas August 25, 2014

You're supposed to drill a 2 inch hole and sink the anchor down below the concrete or asphalt.

do you have in store

Asked by ray October 19, 2012

I had to order these (they were not regularly stocked items in my city).

Customer Reviews

  • 3.8
    out of 125 reviews
  • 73% recommend this product
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Much easier than trying to twist screw in anchors into clay soil with rocks!
Much easier than trying to twist screw in anchors into clay soil with rocks!
by MrWilson
I wanted to use these earth anchors for ground mount racks for solar panels. Remove the rubber ca...
I wanted to use these earth anchors for ground mount racks for solar panels. Remove the rubber cap off the driver rod supplied with the anchors. I pre-drilled the hole with a 3/4" drill bit 16" down. I used a hammer drill to pound the earth anchor down into the ground 29". I put pliers on the driver rod, twisted and it came right out. I pulled up on the cable to rotate the anchor into the lock position. I now have the anchor 28" into the ground. I hooked up a uni-strut tripod, come along and a Electronic Crane Scale to test the earth anchor. I put 1505 lbs on the anchor and it held. I came back 15 minutes later and the scale read 1377 lbs. When I dismantle the test setup, I notice that the cable had some slippage at the Shelter Logic cable clamps. The Crane Scale uses 7 segment LEDS and therefore the numbers do not show up when recording. They are constantly blinking when recording with phone.
by Mark
Waste of time and money!!!
I'm enjoying my new Round Shelterlogic garage but I must say, so much trouble with these anchors. Started with the 15 inch augers supplied with the kit but no chance there. I had bought the 30 inch augers to reinforce the garage but I was wasting my time. Augers wouldn't go in the earth properly so I had to return them. They were nice to take them back. So then I decided to try these out, oh boy what a headache!!! The driving rod bent on the first pilot hole, I had another box with another one so I went to drive the first anchor in and the thing got stuck!! Finally, I had to improvise to put in all anchors in since I couldn't bring these back, once they are in they will do the job.......still a waste of my time and money...big time!!! I should've stuck with my original plan and anchor on my own!!
by Pat
Response from ShelterLogicSupportAug 15, 2016
Hello, We are sorry to hear you are not happy with your anchors and we would be happy to discuss this further with you. Please give us a call at 1800-932-9344 and mention your review when calling. Thank you
3 people found this helpful
Not going anywhere
The anchor kit was used on the telescope shed I built for my astronomy site. The wind can get pretty strong at times so I used 6 anchors, one in each corner and one in the middle, front and back. I don't believe the building is going anywhere.!
by jerry
Not going anywhere.
Box was a mess and short two clamps, glad I checked before driving home. HD customer service gave me replacement clamps no questions asked. Did the end loops first it's easier when you hold the clamps in a vise. Somewhat challenging to install. Drove the rod in first to create a pilot hole and then the anchors. It was difficult but I got them all in. Pulled them into place and they all seated fine. More than enough holding strength for my 6' X 5' steel shed. If you have rocky soil you might have a problem,
by Neil
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Rating provided by a verified purchaser
by HomeDepotCustomer
Have not used them yet. It’s winter Missouri...
Have not used them yet. It’s winter Missouri
by HomeDepotCustomer
Easy to install. Just be on the lookout for...
Easy to install. Just be on the lookout for tree roots when you select your spots
by HomeDepotCustomer
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Rating provided by a verified purchaser
by HomeDepotCustomer
Anchors did not hold.. shelter ended up damaged beyond repair...
Anchors did not hold.. shelter ended up damaged beyond repair in a modest breeze...
by Doctaf
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