HD T Post Offset Insulator
- Holds conductor 9" from fence
- Fits all sizes of steel T posts
- Made of polyethylene with UV additive for extra long life
- 10 per package, but sold individually
How to Use
- Pre-stretch the non-pin end of insulator.
- Hook short side of insulator onto T post.
- Center insulator over a stud on post.
- Pull or push long side of insulator around front of T post and snap into place on opposite side. (Use pliers if necessary.)
- Remove pin, insert twine and rope, IntelliBraid, MaxiShock or IntelliTape and replace pin.
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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Andrew S from Indiana
Great product. These things are really strong and I admit a bit tough to put on because they fit really tight. That is a good thing though. I tap the back hard part with a pair channel locks and they snap right on. Actually the only one of these I have seen break so far was when a large tree limb fell on one.
Susan S from Alabama
I would call this an extreme insulator that is designed to last. A large pair of pliers makes it easier to wrap around the back side. Also, there is an indention on the inside of the insulator that straddles the nubs on the T post so it does fit.
Norman P from Colorado
Could not find local products that matched the length and sturdiness of this product. Extremely strong. I strongly recommend this and also the screw in model. Excellent products and service from Premier 1!
Teresa R from Mississippi
Very pleased with this product.
Lydia S from Illinois
I'm thrilled with these insulators.
Just installed a few of these to keep cattle off an older fence line. These are extremely heavy duty. They are longer and the "plastic" is MUCH thicker than any other insulators I've found.
I installed them using a large flat head screw driver to get the clip over the edge of the T-post. That's the method I've used with other T-post insulators and once you get the hang of it they are easy to install.
I hate repairing fence. If these insulators last as long as they look like they will I probably won't have to do much to this part of the fence for years.
I think they are priced right. I would rather pay a bit more for these high quality insulators than have to keep replacing less expensive ones.
Time will tell if they hold up but I'm buying more. Sometimes you find a product that just works!