For level runs where cable must be terminated on the inside of the post
For level runs where the back side of the post is not accessible, so the cable must terminate in a fitting on the inside of the post, the Push-Lock® Lag (for wood posts), the Push-Lock® Extended Lag (for wood posts with composite sleeves), and the Push-Lock Threaded Bolt (for metal posts) address those needs.
The Push-Lock® Lag is actually two components that fit together: the lag and the Push-Lock® coupler. The lag is broached for an Allen wrench on one end to make it easy to screw into the post. Once installed, thread the Push-Lock® coupler onto the lag and you’re ready to insert the cable.
The Push-Lock® Threaded Bolt is a single unit which threads into a pre-drilled and tapped hole. Once securely tightened against the post, you’re ready to insert the cable.
Neither the Push-Lock® Lag nor the Push-Lock® Threaded Bolt are tensioning devices, so the other end of the cable run will require a tensioner.