Metpost Fence Post Support Twin Bolt System Spike [75mm x 750mm]

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Metpost Fence Post Support Twin Bolt System Spike [75mm x 750mm]
Metpost Fence Post Support Twin Bolt System Spike [75mm x 750mm]

Introducing the drive-in Metpost Post Support Twin Bolt System Spike, the ultimate solution for securely anchoring fence posts in the ground with ease and efficiency. Whether you're installing fencing for a garden, property boundary, or landscaping project, these Metpost fence post spikes offer a simple, fast, and sturdy method for anchoring standard fence posts.

Designed to accommodate 75mm x 75mm fence posts, the Twin Bolt System securely grasps the post without the need for nails or screws, providing a reliable connection that ensures stability and durability. Its innovative four fin spike design is driven into the ground, offering a stable and durable post fixing within minutes.

Crafted from high-quality materials, Metpost spike holders are coated with a red oxide anti-corrosion powder, ensuring resistance to rust and environmental elements for long-lasting performance. Additionally, these holders are easily replaceable or movable, providing flexibility for your project needs.

Upgrade your fencing project with the Metpost Post Support Twin Bolt System, the perfect solution for achieving secure and reliable fence post support spike installations in minutes.

£10.91

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Metpost Fence Post Support Twin Bolt System Spike [75mm x 750mm]

Metpost Bolt Down System fence post holder

  • Height: 750mm
  • Width: 75mm
  • Depth: 75mm
  • For 75mm fence posts
  • Easy fence post installation
  • Coated to prevent corrosion
  • Other sizes available in the Metpost range

Frequently Asked Questions

How to put in a fence post spike?
1. Position the spike in place where you'd like it go and install a drive in tool or timber fence post off cut.

2. A few taps at a time, hammer in to the ground with a sledge hammer. Carefully checking as you go the spike is vertical with a spirit level.
Once half the spike is in the ground it will be difficult to reposition or remove without digging up your handywork.

3. Once the spike is installed in the ground, you can replace the drive in tool or offcut with your fence post, and secure it to the spike.

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