- Commercial Grade Fork Latch - Perfect for Commercial & Industrial Projects
- Multiple Sizes Available for 1-5/8" or 2" Gate Frames and 2-1/2", 3", or 4" Posts
- Easy to Open from Either Side of the Gate
- Galvanized for Rust Prevention
Malleable Fork Latches are heavy duty enough to be used for commercial and industrial swing gates. They come in multiple sizes to fit a variety of post diameters, and will work with either 1-5/8" or 2" gate frames. These popular fork latches are pad-lockable for enhanced security, If you're looking for a simple-to-use, affordable latch for your chain link gate, these malleable fork latches fit the bill.
|Malleable Fork Latch Size ||2-1/2" x 1-5/8" ||3" x 1-5/8" ||3" x 2" ||4" x 2" |
|Actual Post Size||1-7/8"||2-7/8"||2-7/8"||4"|
|Actual Frame Size||1-5/8"||1-5/8"||1-7/8"||1-7/8"|
|Weight||1.5 lbs||1.75 lbs||2 lbs||2.25 lbs|
|Material||Galvanized Steel||Galvanized Steel||Galvanized Steel||Galvanized Steel|
|Hardware||U-Bolt & Nuts (Included)||U-Bolt & Nuts (Included)||U-Bolt & Nuts (Included)||U-Bolt & Nuts (Included)|
|Typical Usage||Commercial Swing Gates||Commercial Swing Gates||Commercial / Industrial Swing Gates||Commercial / Industrial Swing Gates|
Loosen the bolts and take the U-Bolt out of the fork latch. Place the round, back latch piece flush with your gate upright at the position where you would like the latch to sit. Insert the U-Bolt into the holes on the latch and screw on the nuts until tight to secure.
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Ordering process and delivery went off without a hitch.
What can I say, it's a pretty heavy-duty fork latch which I used to replace a latch that went missing at a public park where I play tennis. Apparently the city was never going to get around to fixing it, so I bolted this baby on and bam! No more chasing tennis balls that roll out the gate after it blows open in the wind :-) Signet's website was very nice & easy to order from, and the shipping was on time as promised. Great transaction, and I'll definitely buy more if thieves keep stealing the dang gate latches (of course I might start welding them on ;-)