Bucket Clip

$2.77
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Bucket Clip

$2.77

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Product Summary:

Bucket Clip

This bucket clip holder is made up of carbon steel, which enables it to last longer. Additionally, it doesn’t break easily. You can attach it to wall or fence. With the help of lynch pin, this clip is capable of holding bucket in place.

Product Features:
  • Attaches to wall or fence.
  • Lynch Pin added extra support 


Item Specifications:

Material:
Carbon Steel

Item Number Model Number UPC
SLT700564 164361 765839643612

Product Reviews by Customers

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Why did you choose this?
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to keep my horses from knocking their buckets to the floor.
marion b on Jan 10, 2017
Needed for my buckets,
JENNIFER Y on Jun 10, 2014
to keep my horses from knocking their buckets to the floor.
marion b on Jan 10, 2017
for hanging buckets on the side of the trailer
DIAN W on Aug 17, 2015
Needed for my buckets,
JENNIFER Y on Jun 10, 2014
for hanging buckets on the side of the trailer
DIAN W on Aug 17, 2015
do they come with the pin?
A shopper on Jan 23, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Yes they come with the clip. So far this item has worked ok however, the pin doesn't always stay in place with overzealous horse bumping of the bucket!
I need bucket holders to attach to the side of my horse trailer. Will these work?
Darryl B on May 18, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I don't see why not. They're pretty low profile and I haven't had a horse get the bucket off yet. It depends on how you'll be able to attach them to the horse trailer and whether the trailer wall will hold them securely without the screws pulling loose. Mine are screwed into wooden posts in a run-in. I'm quite happy with them