Safe-Fence Vinyl Sleeve for Steel T-Post

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Product Summary:

Safe-Fence Vinyl Sleeve for Steel T-Post
 
The Safe-Fence vinyl sleeve is attractive, functional, affordable and easy to install.  Constructed from the same material used in vinyl window and door frames, it is compounded with adequate amounts of UV and color stabilizers to deter the effects of the elements, primarily the sun.

Slip this dirctly over your steel T-Posts.  It can be easily attached with screws (which are not included).  Sleeve provides a great look, while protecting your horse from injury on T-posts.  Each vinyl sleeve comes complete with durable polyethylene cap and will not crack or splinter if cribbed. 
  
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Specifications:
Sleeves measure 2" square and 5' long.
 
 
 

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I have a horse who is vision impaired and can't see t-posts
PAM T on Sep 14, 2014
This is the easiest way to fence a pasture in and looks good
KEN M on May 7, 2014
We bought these last year. I wrote a review for them and that helped me verify this year that I was re-ordering the same product. The online description is not real clear, but it was the exact thing we needed. So glad I wrote the review last year!
RUTH D on Jun 3, 2014
I needed some way to make a crosstie at the one day horse shows. With a t-post and this cover I will be able to groom and bathe much easier.
MaRia E on May 6, 2014
What kinds of fencing can you attach to these posts? I wanted to use woven horse fence with a couple strands of electric wire. Barbless wire has also been suggested with a couple of strands electrified. What insulators for electric, and how do you attach non-electric? Are they even sturdy enough to hold wire instead of rope or tape? My horse just ran through three strands of tape two nights ago, so I need sturdy, but I'm afraid of wire. I'm really open to advice.
A shopper on May 9, 2015
Best Answer: I just installed these over t-posts that have been standing for several years. You can attach any fencing that has an insulator that will attach to a wood post; just use the right screw to attach the insulator. As far as your horse going through 3 lines of tape - were they on (electrified) and how strong was the pulse? I have my guys in 3 lines of rope (several different types of electric rope) and only issues have been when the charger was not getting enough out to make it all the way around. I am crazy about how good these post covers look along the drive, just such an upgrade from the rusty old t-posts. I will be using the wood post claw insulator to support my electric rope that is already in place and am putting 3 lines of tape on the opposite side for a nice look when in the yard. I am not a wire fan and have never had a horse get out of 3 lines of good electric rope (electrobraid is the best IMO) unless the charger failed.
Reply · Report · LINDA D on May 11, 2015
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Can you attach a bungy cord gate to these sleeves and have them hold in place?
A shopper on Aug 9, 2014
Best Answer: I would not be comfortable with the post holding a gate. I put a 4x4 post in to hold the gates and just attached the electric tape to the wooden post. Also, I cemented the post to give it more stability.
Reply · Report · KEN M on Aug 11, 2014
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What type of insulator works with the T-post vinyl sleeve?
Susan A on Jun 28, 2014
Best Answer: I have used the "powerfields" brand wood post insulators that can also be purchased at horse.com (claw style as I use electric rope)and 8x1 1/2 wood screws. pilot holes placed and the screws hold the insulators perfectly. I really like these covers. I have a lot of old t posts in place, so pulled barbed wire off and covered posts, then added electric rope for a safe and attractive horse fence. these covers are the best for quality and price that I have found for this purpose (and I am a bargain shopper )!
Reply · Report · MARY R on Jun 28, 2014
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What size are the vinyl sleeves for steel T-Post? Length?
Julie K on Oct 13, 2014
Best Answer: Sleeves measure 2" square and 5' long
Reply · Report · Stacy MStaff on Oct 29, 2014
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