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As a precautionary measure against the spread of COVID-19, we have decided to temporarily close our storefront to the public. In-stock shipments will go out as usual; however all in-store pick-ups will be treated as curbside pick-ups, so be sure to confirm over the phone or on your order when and where you plan to do so.

For more information, please give a us a call: (800)634-5557

Earth Anchors - Galvanized Steel Cable

Earth Anchors - Galvanized Steel Cable

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Model 88 Duckbill Anchors Work!

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Our clay-like soil is rocky with smaller round river rock at the top two feet. I drove four Model 88 anchors into this soil after digging a slight bowl at the surface and poring water the bowl. During the anchor driving phase with a DB steel 48" rod, I added water as needed and allowed it to soak downward.

The anchors drove through the hardpan and rocks steadily and went to full depth. At that point, I allowed the soil to firm up then used a Hi-Lift Jack and 800# rated strap to pull the anchors up just enough to rotate and take a set. Each of the four anchors went to horizontal position as intended and firmly took a set.

Once the guy wire cables are installed with eyehooks and turnbuckles, I am confident that the four anchors will serve as planned to stabilize our carport against gusts of wind.

Awesome product (DUCP 68-DB-1)

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Very strong product. Actually held a 5-6 inch tree in place. Just need to use a very strong tree tie from the tree to Duckbill anchor.

Best anchors I've found

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I've tried the screw in anchors, they only go in deep enough if there's no rocks, and sometimes they get pulled out by high winds. The duckbills can go through most rocky soil, and if I have to I can pound a hardened rod in to make a pilot hole first.

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