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Prop-A-Gate Gate Holder, 48 Inches

The average rating for this product is 4 out of 5 stars
1 reviews
Helps prevent damage to gates, installs less than two minutes and no tools required. This helps hold your gate in place while driving through or herding livestock from one pasture to another.
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#86212
Product Overview

The Prop-A-Gate gate holder will hold your gate in place while driving or riding through, or while herding livestock from one field to another. This Prop-A-Gate gate holder will help prevent damage to your gate, vehicles, and farm equipment by preventing the gate from swinging closed unexpectedly for any reason such as weather, terrain, or misaligned posts. Just snap the steel spring clips over the 2nd and 4th horizontal bars and insert the zinc-coated metal rod. When the rod hits the ground, give it a little push to set it into dirt or gravel. This will keep tubular gates open in most instances. When your not using the Prop-A-Gate, just hook it over an upper bar.

The Prop-A-Gate is not designed to hold gates in position against livestock or for extended periods.

Specifications

  • Length: 48 Inches
  • Tools are not required
  • 2 minutes or less for installation
  • Operation is simple
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Product Review Summary
Based on 1 review
The average rating for this product is 4 out of 5 stars
Overall Rating: 4.0/5.0
Customer Reviews
February 16, 2018
Sure beats looking for a stick.
This shopper rated the product 4 out of 5 stars

I came across this in the catalog, and thought about all the times I'd looked for a stick to prop a gate open, and all the times a gate had hit my truck and tractor. This device is simple, easy to install without tools, and it works. The only negative was that the red plastic coating on the crook parts bleached white in the sun within about 6 months, and then began to crack and flake off. A UV resistant coating would be nice.

Allen from SC