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Titan 17 Inch Spiral Tie Out Stake

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Titan 17 Inch Spiral Tie Out Stake

$5.29

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Titan 17 Inch Spiral Tie Out Stake

 

The Titan® Spiral Stake Tie Out is constructed to be strong, durable and safe. The Titan 17in Spiral Tie Out Stake provides a solid tie out stake to use with any cable tie out. It provides a solid and secure place to attach your cable tie out.

 

Features:

  • Designed to accommodate most any soil
  • Rust resistant
  • Metal ring

 

Item Specifications:

 

Size:

17”L

 

Material:

Steel

Product Reviews by Customers

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Rusted quickly
Sarah B on Nov 4, 2015
to chain up the dogs in the front of the house and not have to worry that they'll jump the gate and onto the street. Also purchased when we go on trips.
Jessica K on Apr 27, 2015
Replacing current one.
Kristine A on Sep 9, 2015
I purchased this to go with the 10' cable tie to be used for camping.
Linda C on Mar 31, 2015
What weight is this for? Spiral tie outs in store go by dog's weight.
JANET C on Aug 11, 2016
Best Answer: My estimate is most dogs under 75lbs would be fine on this tie-down as long as the soil in which it is anchored is firm. I used it for the first few months after adopting our rescue black lab/bulldog mix; she weighs 50lbs and never uprooted the tie-down. If you buy it, be sure to screw it in the full length of the spiral; it is almost impossible to do with your bare hands though. It can be easily planted by spinning the shaft of a heavy-duty screw-driver, piece of rebar, or some other metal rod inserted through the opening at the top of the tie-down.
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