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.
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Marcia T from Nebraska
Awesome product and fast delivery! Premier has what you need when you can't find it elsewhere.
Connie J from Arkansas
This product works exactly as intended and is incredibly easy to use. I will order more as we expand our fencing.
John S from Texas
This is a great product. I would highly recommend it!!!!!
Darryl K from Texas
I was looking for a good way to easily put cattle panels together. These worked fantastically. Very easy to use and it appears they should hold up well. Great product,
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.