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1-3/8 in. Galvanized Gate Elbow with Bolts

  • Galvanized to prevent rust
  • Attractive polished silver finish
  • Fits a 1-3/8 in. posts
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Product Overview

Not all fences are created equal, so when you find yourself with a gate opening that’s too big for a standard gate, the YARDGARD 1-3/8 in. galvanized gate elbow is your solution. Galvanized for longevity, this gate elbow helps you to manually create gates for fences with odd or unusual sized openings by allowing you to use any 1-3/8 in. post or rail to create your very own gate.
  • California residents
  • Fits a 1-3/8 in. post or top rail
  • Galvanized for rust prevention and increased longevity
  • Posts & rails not included
  • Used to manually create gates for fences with odd or unusual sized openings
  • Includes hardware
  • Easy installation



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Specifications

Details

Accessory Type
Chain Link Fence Fittings
Color Family
Metallic
Features
Galvanized
Gauge
0
Includes
Hardware,No Additional Items Included
Material
Metal
Product Weight (lb.)
0.46
Returnable
180-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
None

Questions & Answers

14Questions21Answers

What metal is used in these?

Asked by Scotty May 6, 2020
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It looks like cast aluminium, but I'm not an expert.

do you have 90 degree elbow for 1 inch pipe

Asked by dorothy April 30, 2020
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Yes it is a 90degre angle for a gate with 1 3/8 diameter pipe. I used four of them to build a customized gate for my back yard. It's been working perfectly for the past 20 years. I would advised applying silicon caulk around the parts of the pipes fitting into the elbow on the bottom to keep water out of the interior of the pipe. The lower pipe on my gate rusted thru (for lack of a better term), It developed holes and a brown coating after 18 years and had to be replaced.

I want to make panels that I can connect and disconnect and move from place to place. Does this ...

Asked by ebcjoel February 2, 2020
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I would not recommend it for moving place to place for something that is going to be stationary it's perfect but if you've got to keep moving it place to place they begin to wahler out and not hold tight

can this elbow be welded to the vertical rail so that the rail does not slip out over the ears?

Asked by William July 1, 2019
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I suppose you could but the bolts and nuts worked great for me for the past 20 years.

Is there a size limit of gate that this item will make?

Asked by Beard April 9, 2019
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I made a 9' wide gate. It's currently more of a temporary fence until I can get a gate hinge that will attach to a t-post. I didn't use cyclone fencing, but wire material, so that might be a factor.

How much of the top rail fits into the elbow? 2in.?

Asked by Simon February 17, 2019
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about an inch and a half

Will it tighten enough to fasten to the swage end of the top bar, or just the full 1 3/8 in. part?

Asked by Simon February 17, 2019
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Full diameter only.

do they gate elbows larger than 1 3/8 like 1 3/4

Asked by bill September 4, 2018
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Answer

Hello Bill, thank you for your question. The standard size is 1-38" for gate elbows. The Pro Desk may have alternatives, but you likely won't find other sizes than 1-3/8" on the shelf. Regards, you YardGard support team.

do they come in 1 5/8 size?

Asked by Djibson July 19, 2018
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Hello Djibson, thank you for your question. Please check with the Home Depot pro desk to see if they have this size available through their special order system. Regards, your YardGard support team.

The diameter of the pipe inm

Asked by Pierre September 13, 2017
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Answer

Pierre, I'm not sure what "inm" means in your post; perhaps it is a typo. If you are asking for the pipe diameter it is 1 3/8 inches (25.4mm).

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This worked great on fixing my previously welded gate's corner that rusted out on one side. My on...
This worked great on fixing my previously welded gate's corner that rusted out on one side. My only complaint is that the middle bolt cracked down the seam when it was tightened shut. Perhaps I put too much pressure on it for it being in the corner edge? For the price, I'm not mad about it. If you are replacing a corner that was previously welded, you'll have to cut off any edges on the poles that go into the elbow. Getting the elbow in the right position was a bit difficult, probably because I didn't want to take off the gate to do it - two people would make it easier - but you'll probably have to cut more than just a bit off the existing poles to be able to put this corner on if you can't get space under the poles that need to be connected. They will slide in until hitting the stoppers in the elbow. I appreciated that the bolts actually came with the elbow too. It is working perfectly and holding up great going on a month now.
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I needed to solve a problem with cyclone gates on a slope. Because the gates attached to vertical...
I needed to solve a problem with cyclone gates on a slope. Because the gates attached to vertical posts, there were gaps under the gates. These gaps needed to be blocked to prevent small animals (chickens, young feral pigs) from getting into a grassy area. Previously, wall stones and sections of logs were stacked to block the space. This made it difficult get equipment, like mowers, into the area, like mowers. I looked into ways to rebuild the gates with an angle at the bottom. When I saw these corner braces, I knew I could fabricate a small, easily removable barrier. I used sections of top rail to build a frame with these elbows bolted at the corners, and wired hardware cloth into the frame. Carabiners attach the frame to the fence and gates.
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The product did exactly what I wanted. They fit well. They are a lighter metal than the galvaniz...
The product did exactly what I wanted. They fit well. They are a lighter metal than the galvanized fence top rails that I was joining. I used them to make a rectangular frame to border landscaping rocks around an elevated garden planter.
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Easy to install no hassle
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I used 4 of these and the poles and made...
I used 4 of these and the poles and made a 6x4 gate. Works Great!
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Used it for my Garden posts...worked great.
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