Wire Panel Connector Hinge
- Big Bale Feeders
- Lambing jugs
- WirePanel gates
- 9 gauge wire.
- Our 48" and 36" hinges are now 25% larger in diameter so they can more easily twist around two 3/8" rods.
- Stainless steel.
How to Use
- Start at top of where two or 3 panels meet.
- Turn hinge so it screws down.
- Twist all the way down to keep the end from sticking out.
- Make sure the top is screwed all the way down.
- Point the very top to the outside of the pen.
- Make sure to catch all sections of the panels on the way down.
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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Joseph M from Missouri
In May I purchased 16 48" and 20 36" units to make tomato and pepper cages with 4ga cattle panel material. When I went to make the cages I discovered that the diameter was way too large (made for loose, sloppy corners). I now see that they mention that the connectors are now sized for 3/8" rods (.375") versus 4ga (.2"). So my purchase turned out to be a total waste. I would never purchase these again. In the video I guess that the old style connectors are being used (seem to fit quite nicely with regular cattle panels. I guess that I have more for the scrap heap now ($100 down the drain).
Donna P from Texas
Provides a strong, reliable connection that is also a 360º hinge. Unlike "hinges" of twine and soft wire that fail at the wrong moment, this hinge does not fail. Its so easy to use and makes fencing much easier to do. I am a 63 year old woman and was able to make my goat pen in one day thanks to these hinges.
Paul D from Indiana
Nice way to finish off ends of stock panel. I am using these to finish off the corners of my deck railing. It joins them together for a finished look.
Laura C from Colorado
The best product ever. Shipped very fast.
Gerhardt S from Wisconsin
These are the "Next best thing since sliced bread"