SnapOn Harp Clip
- Use with 3/8" FiberRod posts
- Made of durable plastic that grips rod tightly
- 20 per package, but sold individually
- Place clip at an angle on the SmoothCote FiberRod Post or Step-In FiberRods Post with the 2 open ends of clip against the post.
- With thumb and finger, push and twist at the same time. This will spread the jaws of clip and allow them to snap onto post.
- Adjust to desired height by sliding the harp clip up or down on post.
- Thread MaxiShock, rope, twine or narrow tape through clip.
Listed below are recommended optional components or related items. Your particular situation may require alternative recommendations. Please call and talk to our consultants if there are any questions at 800-282-6631.
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Jacquie K from North Carolina
I have used the white plastic stirrup posts with the hooks in place. I gave that extensive kit with lots of posts and 4 reels of IntelliWire to North Carolina Therapeutic Riding Center to separate parts of their herd. Meanwhile, we now need to separate our horses from flooding in their paddock. To save money, I thought I would try the FiberTuff Posts with the harp clips—putting the IntelliWire where I want it. I cannot say enough good things about Premier 1, about their harp clips and this system. I put it up in two hours last Sunday. 160 feet across the paddock, 20 posts—OK, it took me about an hour to put the clips on, sitting on the floor, comparing them to each other. I did not need the tool to snap them on. They fit snuggly, but you can push them hard up and down. And when I put one on upside down, I got it off with a screwdriver. They do stay in place outside, and they look great—all back and white.
Mike S from Ohio
Very good product!
Steve G from North Carolina
Great item! Should sell in stores.
Maria B from Vermont
The harp clips are a pain to put on the fiber rods and the harp clip is absolutely useless. The only way to get the clips on is set them in at the pointy bottom, put the rod in a vice and show the clip in place.
Charles M from Oregon
These insulators work well once placed on the post. In cold weather one side of clip will occasionally snap off. Metal applicator is recommended for apply to posts.