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Deluxe Gate Latch

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Deluxe Gate Latch

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Product Summary:

Deluxe Gate Latch
 
Heavy duty gate latch with 12" chain, is easy to use - you only need one hand!  For use in the barn or in your home.

Product Features:
  • Used on metal or wood gates
  • Easy to open
Item Specifications:
 
Color:
Silver
 
Material:
Zinc Plated Metal
Item Number Model Number UPC
BRW09 168091ZP 688499147309

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This latch works pretty good. I used a sold screw in eye bolt instead. The nail thing didn't go in very smoothly. Eye bolt works better.
Sally T on Aug 17, 2017
I'm putting in some easy latches to assist our trail riders with pasture gates.
Laura D on Feb 18, 2017
This latch works pretty good. I used a sold screw in eye bolt instead. The nail thing didn't go in very smoothly. Eye bolt works better.
Sally T on Aug 17, 2017
Great on all gates for easy and fast unlatching. Do not have to worry about freezing weather either they work year around.
LUCINDA B on Mar 6, 2017
I'm putting in some easy latches to assist our trail riders with pasture gates.
Laura D on Feb 18, 2017
These are the best one handed gate latches and horse proof, no escaping
Carol C on Jul 3, 2015
bought this but did not use...did not like it as much as the other on that I bought at the same time.
SHERYL L on Feb 18, 2015
We have these on all of our gates, nothing gets out, unless we forget to close the latch.
LISA J on Jan 14, 2015
One handed operation! Great price for several latches.
Mel K on Jul 4, 2014
Have a horse and always asking "How did you get that unfastened?" However, he has never got these figured out!!
MYRNA S on May 22, 2014
best gate latch ever
CAROLYN H on May 13, 2014
Great on all gates for easy and fast unlatching. Do not have to worry about freezing weather either they work year around.
LUCINDA B on Mar 6, 2017
These are the best one handed gate latches and horse proof, no escaping
Carol C on Jul 3, 2015
how long is the chain?
A shopper on Jun 18, 2018
BEST ANSWER: The chain is approximately 13 1/2 inches long.
What type of metal is this latch?
A shopper on May 9, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Steel. I used mine for double gates as it's much easier than the attached chain/s. I did have to drill mounting holes for the chain.
How long are they?
leatherman on Apr 11, 2016
BEST ANSWER: These lathes are approximately 3 inches long and work like a charm.... my houdinis have never worked this out and easy to use winter and summer never freezes (this is an issue for my area with other latches.
how do you install this ? wood post to metal gate panel.
jen d on Aug 19, 2015
BEST ANSWER: 1. slip link of chain through V-shaped section
2. hammer v-shaped section into post (may need to drill starter holes) or weld onto metal post
3. slip j shaped pin into v section outside of wood
I must be absolutely stupid because I cannot figure out how to use this latch. I have metal tube gates and this would somehow go around my wooden post. Can someone help?
A shopper on May 17, 2014
BEST ANSWER: I know how you feel. I had the same questions when I got mine. The best I can figure is that the thing that looks like a large staple was made to be hammered into a wooden post to hold the chain part to the post. I do not use the staple looking thing...I can't get it hammered into my cedar post. Anyway I just wire it to my post. some of my posts are cedar and some are metal. The problem I have with the latches is the round ring that is supposed to prevent anything from flipping the latch open. On the ones I got the latch was too wide allowing the ring to flop up and down unrestricted. I had to use a hammer to bend the latch smaller so the ring would work.
Hope this helps answer your question. I can send a picture if it would help.