The Q-BoltTM drop-bolt combines rust-free polymer mounting brackets with an electro-polished and powder coated stainless steel bolt that provides superior corrosion resistance. Polymer mounting brackets also help prevent corrosion, as they eliminate any metal-on-metal contact, both with the moving components of the product and the gate itself.
The Q-Bolt can be used with or without a padlock, and the product's storage feature allows the locked padlock to be stored on the bracket when the bolt is unlocked, so the padlock is not misplaced or stolen while the gate is open. A retention feature prevents the bolt from dropping and dragging across a driveway, even if it's bumped or kicked while opening the gate. The retention feature prevents the rod from being pulled out of the brackets after it's been mounted to the gate.
Two models are available for any square post gate material. The metal version has narrower mounting brackets designed specifically for metal gate frame sizes and the second version for wood and vinyl gates features wider brackets and extra fixing points. Both versions are available in 24" and 40" bolt lengths. All models include polymer mounting brackets as well as hi-grade stainless steel fasteners.

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