T-Post Adapter & Ground Rod Mount
- 2-1/2"W x 8-1/2"H
How to Use
This adapter fits over a wide size-range of T-Posts (there is not a standard T-Post size). Fit will be tight or loose depending on the individual posts.
T-Post Mounting Solutions:
- If the mount has a loose-fit, use a hose clamp to tight the base of the clamp against the post.
- Or, drill a 3/8" hole into the base of the mount where it rests against the flat side of the post. Thread a nut onto a bolt and insert into the hole from the outside. Using a second nut, secure the bolt to the mount. Place mount onto T-Post and adjust the nuts and bolt to provide tension against the post.
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William C from Alabama
As a T-post adapter it is VERY loose until I tried it on a T-post with a plastic sleeve on the top and it fits snuggle then. I would not trust it to stay on without the sleeve and a bolt or clamp of some kind. Maybe I’m missing something but it’s just too loose on a plain T-post. No instruction came with it so I’m guessing if you drill a hole through the post and put some kind of pin or bolt in it it would slide on the grooves. But as a previous post suggests if you assume something you make a ___ out of you and me. Just give good instructions with the product is all that’s needed. The wind will blow your very expensive energizer off the post if you don’t secure it somehow…
Bruce D from Ohio
With the larger IntelliShock 120 energizer that has a T-ground rod — this works great to attach the energizer to the ground rod and keeps the energizer off the ground.
Debra A from New Jersey
There are no ‘instructions’ that come with this piece … that being said, we followed tips found in previous reviews and used both a bolt through the top of the adapter (‘locking’ the adapter to the T-post as depicted in one of the screenshots) and a hose clamp to the bottom of the adapter. Both of these methods of manage to secure the energizer to the T-post. There may be a little wobble but it’s certainly not going to fall off and it does not spin around. For a few dollars more it would be nice if some sort of locking bolt were included with the adapter. However, it still works great, lifting the energizer OFF the ground, and in our case allowing access to more sunlight.
Bob W from Florida
IT’S WOBBLY, PERIOD. Do not understand the engineering behind the T-Post Adapter, as the other reviews state, you need more hardware/filler to secure properly. The neighbor cuts several soda pop plastic bottles to fit over the t post to reduce the slop in the fit. On the other side, the T-Post adapter fits perfectly into the Energizer.
There is nothing else on the market, so I have to recommend but with reservations.
Douglas D from Tennessee
This product is sold as T-Post Adapter & Ground Rod Mount. This adapter DOES NOT SECURE your energizer on top of a standard T-post unless you put a hose clamp around the base of the adapter. The clamp must be tightened as much as possible otherwise your energizer will spin or take a nose dive and crash to the ground. Other reviews have said the same thing. The adapter allows for snug fit onto the base of the energizer. It might work on a Ground Rod Mount but I do not use those. There are no installation instructions telling you to install a bolt through holes to lock the adapter to the post. It’s a poorly designed product period.