Step-In FiberRod Posts (3/8 in. dia.)
A step-in fiberglass fence post well-suited for rotational grazing. Lightweight and stiff, this post will support a variety of electric fence conductors using SnapOn Harp Clips. 3/8" diameter.
- Features a protective polyester veil for longer life and less splintering.
- Removed non-adjustable harp clip, but retained safety cap to prevent injury to livestock. Harp clips can be added to suit.
- Stronger, more durable footplate.
- White, for more visibility.
- 3/8" dia
- Spike: 8" long, pencil-pointed for easy insertion
- Rod: UV-resistant coated. Polyester veil for longer life and fewer splinters. White for increased visibility.
- Special black ball top which allows gentle tapping on the top with a hammer
- Single-base step-in footplate. Strong enough for step-in purposes in softer soils
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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Ben P from Virginia
Quite possibly the best step-in post ever invented! Over the past 15+ years, I've tried many different step-in posts. This one is the best I've tried by far.
- has a step in base so doesn't require packing a rubber mallet to put up a fence like other fiber posts
- doesn't get tangled when transported/stored like a metal step in post with a pig tail
- has a knob on the top to protect animals from the sharp top
- has a knob on the top to protect the post when you need to hammer it in
- line height is infinitely adjustable just by slipping harp clip up or down as needed
- can string multiple lines if/when needed just by adding more harp clips
- harp clips can be difficult to install (very tight)
- I don't have enough of them
Tom B from Texas
I have a very hard packed clay soil. The regular push in rods don’t go. These step in plus the hammer cap are the answer!
Ellis R from New Hampshire
I installed these fence posts today. They appear to be good quality, but only time will tell how they weather. I puchased them because of the step-in feature, and they were easly to push into the ground.
Roger H from Oregon
These are so much better than anything that I have ever bought locally, I love them and keep buying more. I buy a couple harps for each one so that I can hang three strands from them. Highly Recommended!!