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Garden Shed Wooden Peg Down Kit

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This peg down kit is suitable for anchoring all Trade Tested wooden floor kits in the ground.

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Product overview

This peg down kit is suitable for anchoring all Trade Tested wooden floor kits in the ground.

For peace of mind in high wind zones, we recommend that your shed is anchored securely. The 6 x H5 pegs are driven into the ground and fastened to the base plate using the galvanised nails provided.

- Length 400mm pegs

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Q:
First time DIY-er here, how do we peg these to the ground? Will we need to dig first or hammer these in the ground? Thanks!
A:
Just hammer them into the ground with a sledge hammer. Be sure to put them in the correct place as they are hard to move.
By Trade Tested on April 13 2022
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Q:
These pegs are far to expensive as I need about 6 of them and that comes to $120 dollars as since I come from a building trade from in GORE as I know that these are far too dear so I need cheaper hold me downs please.
A:
You're in luck! This is a kit that contains 6 pegs, so it's a bargain for $19.
By Trade Tested on October 08 2019
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Q:
Hi, do I need to buy the floor kit as well as the pegs?
A:
Yes these are intended to be used with the floor kit.
By Trade Tested on May 25 2020
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All reviews (27)

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Exactly what it says

Six stakes. Wooden. They work.

Steve Wellington
Good pegs

Some nice wooden pegs

Isaac Murphy Palmerston North
Pegs redundant - can't be used

Having erected the 3.07m x 0.79m shed I could not see how the pegs could be attached to the "base plate", whatever that means. Are they supposed to be attached to the outside edge of the wooden floor and/or the bearers? It seems impossible to position and drive in the pegs right up against the edge close enough for nailing on. We are in a high wind zone, so explanation of use would been appreciated. I'll have to figure out another way of anchoring the shed.

Tim Wellington
No, I do not recommend this product.
Fine

Did job it's meant to do.

Virgo Cambridge
Pegs

Can’t really go wrong

Justine Auckkand