T-Post Adapter & Ground Rod Mount
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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.
Logan B from North Carolina
This product is great. Do not listen to the other reviews. It does exactly what it is supposed to, assuming you are using it on a T-Post. Secure the solar unit very solidly.
I assume other reviews did not install the product correctly. You have to run a bolt through the hole to lock the adapter to the T-Post. Once you run a bolt through and tighten it down, it cant be wiggled or removed from the T-Post. A quick look at the pictures above will show you that you have to use a bolt or something with it. I just assume everyone else who reviewed this did not lock the adapter to the T-Post.
Jerimy J from Georgia
The adaptor fits very lose on the T-post and kind of just flops around. It will hold the unit up on the post but I expected a tight fit. The unit leans back on the post due to the play in the adaptor. Had to hose clamp it so I didn’t worry about it falling off.
Joe M from Texas
This probably works best on a T-post. I got it to go on the T-handle grounding rod, but the rod is too small for this cap and it allows the solar charger to move around way too much. I suspect in a heavy wind it’ll fall off.
Gail Y from Ohio
This device is anything but a T-post adapter. You will need a plumbing pipe to fit it, and then you can attach the plumbing pipe to a U-post. Make sure to tie the unit to a fence post for stability.