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DF GH Fence Fitting Standard Gate Hinges Galvanized

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Use the dropdown menu to choose your fitting size. Please confirm the size of your tube before placing your order.
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Single (Standard) Galvanized Gate Hinges - Single (GH series) are available in a number of different pipe sizes and configurations of gate post and gate frames. All are hot-dip galvanised for long life and feature 4mm thick steel.

The alternatives are: Two-part Gate Hinges or Self Closing Gate Hinge

Tubeclamp Fence Fittings are clamp-on and dont require welding or special tools. Simply place the fitting in position, insert the screws and tighten the provided nut.

Some products are available as pre-order* for pick up or shipping only.

* = requires up to 2 working days notice.

Size Guide
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Fitting Size

Tube Size

Tubeclamp Code

Outside Diameter

Imperial

Metric

T21
21.3mm / 0.84"
1/2
15NB
A27
26.9mm / 1.05"
3/4
20NB
B34
33.7mm / 1.315"
1
25NB
C42
42.4mm / 1.66"
1 1/4
32NB
D48
48.3mm / 1.9"
1 1/2
40NB
E60
60.3mm / 2.375"
2
50NB
Diagram showing a Tee fitting with indicators for Tru and Butt

Unsure what Tru and Butt means?

'Tru' (short for Through) and 'Butt' (or rail) are the designated connection points for tubes in a fence fitting. In the Tee example depicted on the left, the 'Tru' indicates the location where the tube passes through the fitting, while the 'Butt' indicates where a tube terminates in the fitting.


However, for the DF X Fixed Cross, the 'Tru' is replaced with 'Post' while still representing the through connection. If you are uncertain about which connection corresponds to each point, particularly for fittings that join tubes of different sizes, please do not hesitate to contact us for further clarification.

Australia Wide Shipping

You can choose between picking up your order from the store or getting it delivered to your doorstep anywhere in Australia. If you place your order before 10am from Monday to Friday, we'll make sure to dispatch it on the same day. For orders placed after this time or on public holidays, we'll dispatch them on the next working day.

Our Return Policy

Tubeclamp allows customers to return unused products in good condition within 5 days of purchase. However, please note that there may be a handling/restocking fee of up to twenty (20%) of the invoice value for returns. Alternatively, Tubeclamp also offers the option to exchange returned items for products of similar value. Please keep in mind that certain items, such as cut bars or altered/modified products, may not be eligible for return.

For further information, please feel free to contact us directly.
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FENCE & GATE FITTINGS

CLAMP ON, LIGHT WEIGHT, LONG LASTING

Frequently Asked Questions

Which fitting size do i chose?

We offer fittings that suit most standard tube sizes sold in Australia. To pick the correct fitting for you, first you need to measure the tube you intend on using to find out its OD (Outside Diameter). You can use this size to choose the corresponding fitting size.


For example, our size B34 is suited to 34mm OD tube.

Tru Post v Butt Rails

Our range of fence fittings is specifically designed to facilitate the connection of tubes of varying sizes. Certain fittings offer multiple connection points, allowing for the insertion of your tube. The Tru Post and Butt Rails serve as representations of these connections. The term "Tru Post" is a shortened form of "Through Post," indicating that the tube or post passes through the fitting, such as the top of the T in a tee fitting. On the other hand, the Butt Rails are utilized to terminate the tube.


To illustrate this concept, let's consider two examples. Firstly, a Tee fitting is employed at the top of a fence. In this case, the Tru Post refers to the section where the horizontal tube passes through, while the vertical post is referred to as the Rail Butt. Alternatively, the Tee fitting can be utilized to connect a middle rail to an end post. In this scenario, the Tru Post connects to the vertical post, while the Rail Butt supports the horizontal rail.

Metric or Imperial?

In the 'Size Guide' section located below the product details at the top of this page, you will find a table that presents a comparison of different international measurements.

What are your fittings made from?

Our Tubeclamp fittings are manufactured using Galvanised Steel. Alternatively, you may explore our selection of Aluminium fittings, or consider having your fittings powder coated.