Wire Panel Connector Hinge
- Big Bale Feeders
- Lambing pens
- 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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Bridget C from Tennessee
BETTER than sliced bread and just as simple. With cut-up cattle panels I made a perimeter fence with a dozen trellises placed at right angles for my garden (enclosing 3 section edges in each spiral) in 15 minutes. Garden is about 50' round and I have done half so far. These will be awesome for lambing jugs if needed, temporary enclosures for sheep "brushcutters" and a million other jobs I can think of. I have the 36" and the 48" spirals and the fact that they go on a bit loose is actually a plus. You can enclose bent ends, multiple corners (I could have fit 4 panels in 1 spiral if I tried) but they are strong and secure with no loss of stability with just 2. One hint - get the length of the panels you will be connecting. I have used 36" on 50" panel but once in a while one will want to screw itself down a bit - not a big deal on a trellis but could be iffy around anything alive.
David S from Arkansas
These are excellent connectors for wire panels. They go on easy and hold tight. What more can you ask for?
April S from Washington
I'm adding my 5 star rating to all the rest. These are really unique, sturdy, and easy to use. In addition to holding 4 panels together to make free standing lambing jugs, I have attached panels together to make barriers around trees (because my Katahdins think they are goats and eat everything within reach!). I have also used these to attach a DS electronet replacement post (Item #207046) to some panels that were lined up to make an effective fence in front of my wood shed (because my bratty Katahdin rams think that stacked wood is a fun thing to play on). Basically, if you use panels, you probably want these. They're great.
Steve M from Texas
I found goat fence within an hours drive of Dallas... but when I called to get more... they said they were 'out of season'. Had to drive to Waco to get what I wanted! Waco didn't have the 'screw' hinges that work so well... so I order them from Premier. (They were out of stock... so I knew they work well!) Premier1 emailed me when they were back in stock... so I appreciate that. We use the fence for a dog fence, trellis and garden arches. This is a very useful product. I'm a big fan.
Gordon M from Texas
The only bad thing I can say about these panels is that I have to order them and can't find them locally. I used these hinges to build a pen for a bunch of bottle babies and it works great to connect panels, create corners and create gates. I recently ordered another set to build a transport cage for a small utility trailer. I am planning to build a second/smaller transport cage for the back of my truck since it will be easy to re-use the panels from the trailer cage. I think it is safe to say I am hooked.