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Hay Bale Spears & Spring Loaded Gate Latches

Hay Bale Spears & Spring Loaded Gate Latches

Our hay bale spears are superior quality, we offer several different hay bale spear diameters and also have several different spear lengths and installation sleeves such as straight sleeves with cross bolt and tapered sleeves with nut on the spear.  We recommend the straight sleeve type as the nut on the back of the tapered sleeve can work loose if not properly torqued down.  These spears can be interchanged to use different length spear for different types of hay bales

Many of our spears are tapered and fluted for easy spear insertion and removal.

Tha fluted design is shaped like an I beam for added strength and streamline design.

All of our hay bale spears are guaranteed for 1 year from date of purchase and long as they are used exclusively on hay bales. Just bring them in and we will trade it out.  If you need to ship them to us the customer will be responsible for all the shipping both ways. Call us for a returned goods authorization number and the number stamped on the spear.

1 5/8" hay bale spears are rated at 3000# load capacity at 30" load center.

Economical spring loaded corral gate latches are very dependable and easily install. These corral gate latches are available in 3 diameters, the light duty corral gate latch pins are 1/2" diameter, the medium duty corral gate plungers are 3/4" diameter and the large corral gate latches have heavy duty 1" diameter pins. The Large corral  gate latches are used in may of the gates and cattle working chutes and tubs by many major manufacturers.  These are also used in many of the stock yard gates across the country. Gate catches are also available for the latches to catch into to hold the gate shut.

Contact us with any questions and we are glad to help. 800 283 7107 Established in 1976 in Lamar, MO USA