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Gibraltar Mailboxes

Model SDPK0000

Internet #100656398

Store SKU #398674

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Steel Drive-In Post Kit, Black

$34.97 /each
  • Heavy duty steel construction
  • Powder coat finish ensures durability weather and lawn equipment

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The Steel Drive-In Post Kit is constructed from heavy duty galvanized steel and features a black powder coat finish for durability and lasting beauty. This mailbox post has an adjustable mailbox support arm so you can find the ideal height for your mailbox box and install the unit with ease. The post is compatible with standard and large size mailboxes and comes with mailbox mounting hardware and instructions. No digging or concreting is required for installation.

  • Constructed from heavy duty galvanized steel
  • Compatible with standard and large size mailboxes; matches well with models E1100B00, E1600B00 and PM000B01
  • Features a black powder coat finish
  • Features an adjustable support arm that can be altered to the desired height
  • No digging or concreting is required
  • Includes mailbox mounting hardware and assembly instructions
  • Easy installation

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Can you install this unit with concrete mix (as opposed to driving it into ground)?

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August 25, 2016
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September 12, 2016
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Here are some pictures, I poured the dry cement in first, then the post, then some water, and more mix. It stayed in place and was high enough, and it's very sturdy
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I did just today actually, I dug 2 feet into the ground, and added my quick-crete mix, THEN added this post, this is important since you want to make sure the post is high enough for the mailman, and then I added some water, and more concrete to the top, I'll add pictures tomorrow as it's already dark. But it works the same as any other post so far :) hope this helps
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August 26, 2016
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Thank you for your interest in our products. Yes you can use concrete
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Hi is the most compatible with post D for mailboxes.

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September 12, 2016
I have a Gibraltar mailbox with key entry to the front model number is SM16KB01 I need a post for it. Could you please advise where I could buy one or if Home Depot has a posting on your internet website.
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September 13, 2016
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Thank you for your interest in our products. With the SM16 I would use anything wood or our Ardmore, Brighton posts.
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April 24, 2016
Can this be painted/spray painted and recoated?
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April 26, 2016
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Thank you for your interest in our products. This is info is for our mailboxes but I don't know why it cannot pertain to the posts:
Our mailboxes are powder coat painted and can be painted a different color. First, wipe the mailbox down with rubbing alcohol to remove dirt and oil. Let the mailbox dry, then paint it with a "Krylon®" type spray paint. Note: painting your mailbox will void any warranty
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Thank you for your interest in our products. This is info is for our mailboxes but I don't know why it cannot pertain to the posts:
Our mailboxes are powder coat painted and can be painted a different color. First, wipe the mailbox down with rubbing alcohol to remove dirt and oil. Let the mailbox dry, then paint it with a "Krylon®" type spray paint. Note: painting your mailbox will void any warranty associated with the mailbox product.
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Is this sturdy enough to accommodate the jumbo mailbox, ST200B00?

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April 12, 2016
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Thank you for your interest in our product. I would not recommend the SDPK for the ST200 Jumbo. The Jumbo is so wide you normally have to make your own mounting board.
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Rated 3.6 out of 5 by 16 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Not bad for what it is. Easy to drive in the soil in South Georgia, only issue is once in and have to adjust to keep level you loose stiffness. May go back and add a little concrete. I speak that due to once I got post right it had gaps in between post and dirt so once mailbox was mounted it leaned forward. May 21, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Standing tall After replacing the support arm my mailbox is100% good to go! April 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Worked great in wet clay soil! This drive-in post was very easy to install into wet clay soil by a 55-year old woman, and it was surprisingly sturdy when driven 20 inches deep into the soil. The adjustable arm allowed me to mimic the height of the mailbox next to mine, which was however under the normal height of 41 inches. I especially like the fact that if the postman doesn't like the placement or height of my mailbox, I can easily move or adjust it. I attached it to Gibraltar's standard steel mailbox (E1100B00) using the undermount instructions and had no problem with the installation. I initially thought about using Gibraltar's Lincoln decorative plastic mailbox (PM000B01) but noticed that the side mounting holes did not exactly line up with the holes in the L-brackets provided with the post. However, I do think you could make it work by slightly adjusting the L-brackets. I was about to do that when I broke one of the pieces off the plastic mailbox, so I used the steel mailbox instead. All in all, I'm highly please with the ease of installation and the look and sturdiness of the product. March 18, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by wonderful product the mail box post is wonderful! easy to install. i love that you do not have to cut a piece of wood to mount the mail box to this post. September 19, 2015
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Mangled after drive-in The product simply isn't strong enough to be driven into soil. I suppose if your yard has the consistency of Jello, it'll be fine, but both the end being driven in and the end I was pounding on ended up being severely bent. I couldn't actually attach the upper half without pounding the metal back into some kind of shape (it never sat straight). Minor poinding to connect the top half to the bottom half also bent that piece, so the end cap didn't go on. All of this despite soaking the yard pre-drive in to soften the soil. I'm going to have to rip it out because it still isn't solid into the ground. I'd recommend you dig a hole or use a stronger product. June 2, 2013
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Don't buy it. Having read other reviews we didn't try to drive it in, but set it in concrete. When completed. the mailbox was very low. We tried to install the large size Gibraltar mailbox according to the instructions that came with the post, but the holes did not line up. We had to drill new holes. I would expect that a company that makes mailboxes and posts would try to make certain that the installation instructions would work for their products, and just try to follow them once to be sure.. Also would expect that they knew basic USPS guidelines for curbside mailboxes. The post is sturdy and good looking, just LOW. June 9, 2014
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Be careful before you buy this product! I am very dissatisfied with this mailbox post as it does not work well with the Yorkshire Mailbox I also purchased. I suspect this mailbox post will also not work well with other high quality mailboxes. Two problems: 1) The mounting assembly was not compatible with the Yorkshire mailbox. I suspect this problem exists with all mailboxes that do not have mounting screws along the bottom of the sides. 2) The arm which attaches to the post is very flimsy. The Yorkshire mailbox is heavy, which results in the arm drooping in general and jiggling when the mailbox is opened and closed. I plan to purchase a different mailbox post soon. Unfortunately I already set this one in the ground with concrete!!! December 13, 2009
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by In New England, you'll have to dig a hole first I bought this about 2 years ago. There's no way it will go through rocky New England soil by itself. We had to dig a hole. That's almost to be expected but now after 2 years I just noticed that the clamp holding the support arm has rusted through. The support arm is hanging by a thread and I actually had to jury rig it with...wait for it...duct tape. I've been trying to find a replacement for just the support arm and clamp but I can't find anything. Putting in another post in the middle of winter is not going to be feasible. I just hope the duct tape will hold until the Spring. December 24, 2013
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