10 of 11 people found the following testimonial helpful. Tough Posts Posted By: Trail Head Camper (CERRILLOS, NM) Oct 3, 2010
We bought these posts for temporary fencing in our base camps to create overnight fences for three horses. Normally I put five T-posts and 20 fiberglass fence posts on a 80'-120' by 80'-120' square fence. The fiberglass fence posts are hammered in with a 2 pound hammer. I have not yet been able to break these fiberglass posts. There is a slight peeling off where the hammer hits the post, but no breakage yet after several set ups. Don't forget to order the insulators which go with those posts as winding the tape or rope around the post creates a lot of work breaking the fence down when leaving the camp area. A surprisingly strong post.
14 of 14 people found the following testimonial helpful. Fast & easy to install Posted By: Unoimthe1 (DAVIE, FL) Dec 29, 2008
I was unsure how these posts would hold up to being beaten into South Florida's rocky terrain so I only ordered 20 at first. They held up perfectly. I used a rubber mallet to hammer them into the ground and had no splintering. Great for sectioning off areas in the pasture/paddock where you don't want the horses to go. I used the polytwine with them and even ran out of the hooks and ended up looping the twine around the post without any issues.