Sick and tired of bending all your pegs when hammering into tough ground or hitting a hidden rock? Then the Short Flat Top Pegs from Hex Peg are your saviour.
These beauties are perfect for when you don’t need to secure a guy rope or trace spring but want a quick, tough-as-nails solution to pin down your tarp, tent or annexe. With a high-quality steel shaft measuring 100mm in diameter, this shorter version of the original Flat Top Peg can be used through an O or D ring so long as the ring is the same diameter.
Grab your drill and make light work of hard sun-baked ground with the Short Flat Top Pegs from Hex Peg.
Compatible with corded & cordless drills and impact drivers
Easy and fast insert and removal
Designed to be used in any application where the hook is not required to attach a guy rope or trace spring
160mm length for ease of use
Threaded body with stainless-steel washer and rubber grommet
Total Length 16 cm | Shaft Length 14 cm | Shaft Diameter 1 cm | Hook Top Head 3.7W x 3.7D x 2H cm including rubber & hex head
Threaded Steel Body | Steel Washer | Rubber Grommet
Oztrail compatible 1 answer
Is the short flat top peg suitable to anchor oztrail gazebo legs?
Lis - Warrnambool, VIC(11 months ago)
Yes, they are - we recently used this in a combo with Oztrail gazebos at a Snowys event. Hope that helps!
Lauren - Snowys(11 months ago)
What size socket1 answer
Could you please tell me what size socket attachment I would need to buy for my drill to use this product?
Troy - Lalor, VIC(1 year ago)
Hex Pegs require a 15mm socket, which you can find in the You Might Also like section if you don't already have one. Hope that helps!
Lauren - Snowys(1 year ago)
How high do they protrude?1 answer
Just wondering if these are suitable for use with a ground mat? Are the rubber washers soft and compress easily without risk of damaging the mat? Do they sit high enough that they are a potential trip hazard?
Dave - Mackay (3 years ago)
You could certainly use these to secure a ground mat, however, there will be approximately 3cm of washer and head protruding at the top so it could be a bit of a trip hazard. The washers are quite solid and won't really compress.