No Dig Vinyl Fence Products

While putting in a vinyl fence is relatively easy, sometimes, there are even easier ways to place a vinyl fence in place without taking out an existing fence. These “no dig” methods usually require a steel post to be set in place, and then, an adaptor is used to convert these posts for vinyl posts. The most popular options are EZ set brackets, rook kits, and donut post-leveling collars. If you’re unsure what each option does, the quick summaries below of each item may help you!



Red Heavy Duty Vinyl Fence Post Donut for 5" x 5" Post and 2 3/8" OD Pipe

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Red Heavy Duty Vinyl Fence Post Donut for 5" x 5" Post and 2 3/8" OD Pipe

Vinyl fence post donuts are an attractive option for leveling steel posts to a fence. These donuts easily attach with the two-collar system. The color assembly usually goes over the pipe before pounding in the ground if the pipe is on the smaller side. This heavy-duty donut is adjustable, so it will allow for a little wiggle room when installed on a pipe.


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4" Sq Vinyl Fence Post Rook Kit with 2" ID

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4" Sq Vinyl Fence Post Rook Kit with 2" ID

This rook post mount adapter is designed to fill the empty space between standard-sized round pipes and a vinyl post. Most of the time, two of these are installed on a pipe to stabilize a vinyl post. You can retrofit a chain-link fence to vinyl fast. Hex head self-tapping stainless steel screws are usually included.


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5" x 5" Heavy-Duty EZ Set Vinyl Fence Post Mounting Bracket

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5" x 5" Heavy-Duty EZ Set Vinyl Fence Post Mounting Bracket

These heavy-duty style black brackets create a sturdy base for a steel-to-vinyl fence post-conversion. These brackets can be installed over old chain link fence posts or new posts. Most of the time, two brackets are needed for a steel post. This bracket includes bolts, nuts, and washers to create a secure installation.


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Which Posts To Vinyl Fence Conversion Method Is Right For Me?

While donuts, rook kits, and mounting brackets almost all work the same way, price, and durability will be the main factors you should choose your method based on. If you require a more rigid installation with little room for movement and do not care about the price, a vinyl fence rook kit is the right choice. If you prefer more affordable options that will still guarantee a safe installation; brackets or donuts are a great choice.




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