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Household Essentials Steel T-Assembly (4-Piece)
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Household Essentials

Steel T-Assembly (4-Piece)

  • Single clothesline post for stringing clothesline outdoors
  • Heavy wall galvanized steel withstands elements and rugged use
  • Additional post(s) and clothesline sold separately
$39.22 /each

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Anchor your clothesline to the classic t-post. Made of heavy wall galvanized steel, this durable post ably withstands the elements and rugged use. Its sturdy 2 in. diameter post assembles in three sections, standing at a full 90 in. The 32 in. cross arm comes complete with nuts and bolts, end caps, and 7 eye bolts to anchor clothesline securely. Hang loads and loads of laundry, one after another or all at once this fellow can handle it.

  • Dry your cloths outside for that wonderful natural feel and smell
  • Heavy wall galvanized steel withstands the elements and rugged use
  • 3 vertical sections 2 in. diameter assemble to 90 in. high
  • 32 in. cross arm comes complete with nuts and bolts, endcaps, and 7 eye bolts to secure clothesline
  • Single post per carton

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Only one end or both ends???

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May 25, 2016
Is this for a half a clothes line??? or does this come with both sides needed?
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September 27, 2016
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It comes with two posts and cross pieces. It is complete except for clothesline and installation in the ground.
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July 26, 2016
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Only one end. You will need to buy two if you're having it free standing.
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June 24, 2016
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We bought and installed both ends, but they must be purchased separately.
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May 26, 2016
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Hi greenmountainVT. Thank you for the review. This is a single clothesline post. Additional clothesline and posts are sold separately.
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Is it a free standing clothesline? Or do one have secure it in dirt and concrete?

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It has to be secured in ground. Dig a hole to the required depth (if you will hang a lot of laundry it would need to be 2 feet deep), stand the pole in it, pour in a bag of ready mix concrete, and backfill with dirt. Use a level to make sure the post is straight and use a water hose to completely wet the concrete. Make sure the post is straight again, and let stand 24 hours before using.
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July 26, 2016
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I just stuck mine in the ground but if you want to really tighten your line you need to cement the poles. If you're not sure where to put it in your yard you can always cement later when you find the ideal location. I figure if I move I want to take it with me which one can't do if it's cemented into the ground.
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February 17, 2016
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No, it is not a free standing clothesline and it needs to be secured in dirt or concrete.
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February 15, 2016
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Hi SB. This clothesline does have to be set in concrete. You would need to dig a hole 8" to 12" in diameter and 20" deep. Taper hole larger at the bottom. Fill bottom of hole approximately 3" deep with small rock. Pour approximately 12" of concrete into the hole as pole rests on bed of rocks. Use level to align the pole vertically. Allow concrete to set before attaching clothesline. Attach 3 sections of Read More
Hi SB. This clothesline does have to be set in concrete. You would need to dig a hole 8" to 12" in diameter and 20" deep. Taper hole larger at the bottom. Fill bottom of hole approximately 3" deep with small rock. Pour approximately 12" of concrete into the hole as pole rests on bed of rocks. Use level to align the pole vertically. Allow concrete to set before attaching clothesline. Attach 3 sections of the pole together. Use two 2 1/4" bolts to attach the "T" arm to the "C" section of the vertical pole. Using the outside holes of the "C" section insert bolts and tighten with hex nut. Insert seven 2 1/4" eye bolts from outside surface of "T" arm and tighten with hex nuts. Keep in mind you will need two of these clotheslines if you do not have one already. You will need something to attach the lines to. You can contact Customer Service at 1-800-922-5524 if you need further details. Read Less
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How far apart to you put the poles?

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I put mine approximately 20 feet apart.
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As far as you want, man. Keep in mind the farther they are the more line you need and keeping your clothesline taut is a pain so I went with about 20 ft apart and that holds the biggest load of laundry including sheets and what not with four lines run across. The setup can have 7 lines though.
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July 18, 2016
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Hi Chris. Just to clarify: this is a single pole. To set up a free-standing clothesline, you'll need 2 poles + clothesline, each sold separately. Now, on to your question! Most posts are set 15-25 feet apart, though some go out as far as 50! The farther apart the posts, however, the more bowing in the lines. You can counter some of that bowing by setting posts deeper in the ground--always using Read More
Hi Chris. Just to clarify: this is a single pole. To set up a free-standing clothesline, you'll need 2 poles + clothesline, each sold separately. Now, on to your question! Most posts are set 15-25 feet apart, though some go out as far as 50! The farther apart the posts, however, the more bowing in the lines. You can counter some of that bowing by setting posts deeper in the ground--always using concrete regardless of distance--and using clothesline props to support the line! Read Less
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Is this with two vertical poles with two horizontal poles, you know?, two tee's

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Yes. It is complete except for clothesline and installation.
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April 5, 2016
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Hi Chip. This T Post is a single post. Clothesline and additional post(s) are sold separately.
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April 4, 2016
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Yes, this set has two vertical and two horizontal poles.
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Steel T-Assembly (4-Piece) is rated 3.8 out of 5 by 20.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I ordered 2 for an old fashioned clothesline. We live in AZ. No need to own an electric dryer. ... I ordered 2 for an old fashioned clothesline. We live in AZ. No need to own an electric dryer. They met my expectations of affordability and install. If you keep in mind the following, you'll have a good, sturdy clothesline. Make sure to dig hole deep enough according to instructions. I used a 60# bag of concrete for each pole. Let them set up for 3 days before stretching clothesline rope super tight. They don't become super tight and sturdy until your clothesline rope is pulled tight. These come in 3 sections. I live in a older retirement community that has some clotheslines that look like they were built like a tank. These are decently acceptable as far as weight and structure but like many things, "they just don't make them like they used to."
Date published: 2016-11-08
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Does the job This is made of good quality galvanized steel. But, it comes in 4 pieces. The 3 main post pieces just slip into one another and are not very stable. My husband put 4 screws into each connection to try to strengthen it. But, when I hang clothes on the line, the posts tilt inwards to the point where I have to duck to get under the lines (I'm 5'2" tall). We used turnbuckles on the line so we could get them as tight as possible, so I don't think its the line stretching. After I take the clothes down the lines are still straight and taut. We put the posts in 18 inches of concrete, so I think they are installed as required. So our next option is to put some additional posts in to help hold these upright. But, it is good quality material, you may just want to make sure they are tall enough to allow for the sagging.
Date published: 2016-08-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Whirlpool Dishwasher I installed it myself (because Home Depot doesn't install on an angle and I am not paying a plumber unless there's fecal matter spewing from something). The instructions were easy to follow. I like the look of the chrome interior and it cleans the dishes (which is vital in a dishwasher). The simple no weirdness layout of the dish rack is what I prefer in life (keep it simple I always say) and the blue LED display gives it a modern/futuristic feel.
Date published: 2016-07-26
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Fair price, but lacking in quality I expected heavier walled tubing, and that is my sole reservation at this point. I am fairly certain that this Tee assembly will last me until I die!
Date published: 2016-09-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very satisfied with my clothesline posts. Easy to assemble and install and just the right size for my small back yard!!
Date published: 2016-09-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Goin' Green A very sturdy product and tall enough so that clothes, including sheets and towels, don't touch the ground when drying, it should give many years of service and save on electric dryer expense.
Date published: 2016-03-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A blast from the past Easy to assemble, & install. Great way to reduce electric bill and save the planet
Date published: 2016-03-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from It serves the purpose I recently installed this item and am OK with the purchase. If you read the instructions and plan ahead, you shouldn’t have a problem. The package contains one pole. If you’re looking for two, then order two kits Pros – The pole is surprisingly heavy duty and supports a full line worth of clothes without a problem. It is was easy to assemble Cons: There’s room for 7 lines, but the center one is spaced close to the adjacent lines, it might be OK for small stuff, but too close to allow for good air flow necessary for drying. The clothesline connects to the horizontal arm via eyes instead of hooks. Clotheslines usually stretch out over time and need to be tightened so I replaced half the eyes with hooks. In this way, the line can be looped around the hook for easy tightening.
Date published: 2015-12-21
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