SmoothCote™ FiberRod Posts (3/8 in. dia.)
Portable inexpensive post that are used as line post on multi-strand fences and as extra support post for netting.
Don’t forget the drive caps! Prevent hammer damage to tops of posts by placing a protective drive cap on top of the post during installation. One drive cap lasts through years of uses and many posts.
- 3, 4, 5, 6 or 7 ft tall
- 3/8" diameter
- White in color
- An extra UV resistant urethane outer coating to prevent fiberglass splinter
- Drive Caps (sold separately)
- 20 per package, but sold individually. When ordering, please put in quantities of 20, 40, 60, etc.
- Attach a Drive Cap (sold separately) and drive the pencil-pointed end into ground with a hammer at designated area. If not using a drive cap use a rubber mallet so as not to create splinters on the post.
- Attach a SnapOn Harp Clip, ScrewOn Rope/Tape Insulator or PowerGrip Clip to the post.
- Insert twine, rope and narrow tape.
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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Phyllis C from Maryland
Works great! I use these to deer proof my garden. I clip netting to them to keep the deer out. They are much easer to use than the green garden stakes because they are easy to hammer in the ground. Once I surround the garden with them I use binder clips to attach the netting and I have an instant fence that was very easy to install, no electricity needed.
Ronnie P from Georgia
Item was good quality and arrived quickly and in great shape. Very satisfied with these posts and price. I’ll be a repeat customer.
Darsie C from California
These stakes are great quality and easy to install, especially with the accompanying drive cap.
Dwight R from North Carolina
Good quality, simple and lightweight fence posts. They are made of fiberglass, so don’t go rubbing a bare hand on them or you are likely to get a glass splinter.
Kris L from Illinois
Durable fiberglass rods. Have used the same ones for years. The coating holds up very well even when exposed to the elements. Only signs of wear on mine are the ones I hit with the mower.