Model # 534299

Internet #203993455

Step2 MailMaster Hudson Mailbox
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MailMaster Hudson Mailbox

  • Constructed of weather-resistant polymer
  • Includes convenient newspaper holder
  • All-in-one design fits perfectly on a 4 in. x 4 in.x 6 ft. post
$79.99 /box

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The MailMaster Hudson Mailbox features new contemporary styling to a classic design. The All-in-1 post and mailbox is attractive and functional. The heavy-duty poly construction is weather and vandal resistant.

  • Convenient newspaper holder keeps papers clean and dry
  • Mounts on 4 in. x 4 in. x 6 ft. post, mounting hardware included
  • House numbers and mounting post are not included
  • Minimal assembly required

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What is the length of the portion of the assembly that fits over the 4x4 post? I have bought a six foot post and want to know how deep I can sink it

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October 27, 2016
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I'll answer this even though it's from 2015 since I'm sure others will have this question. There is a graphic on the box this comes in that details proper post positioning and it seems pretty standard for a few models I've looked at. If you do a dug in post with cement you will have 2 feet in the ground and 4 feet above. There are no-post options too, which I used and it was very easy. That just needs Read More
I'll answer this even though it's from 2015 since I'm sure others will have this question. There is a graphic on the box this comes in that details proper post positioning and it seems pretty standard for a few models I've looked at. If you do a dug in post with cement you will have 2 feet in the ground and 4 feet above. There are no-post options too, which I used and it was very easy. That just needs the 4 foot above ground portion. I just bought a 4 by 4 treated fence post that was 4 feet high. no digging and no cutting! Read Less
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August 25, 2015
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You need to sink it 2 feet.
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August 12, 2015
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We recommend a six foot long 4" x 4" post with two feet in the ground and four feet out of the ground for assembly.
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Can I purchase a replacement flag?

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October 27, 2016
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Step 2 does offer replacement parts but they don't have them readily available online. They have a Customer Care number on their web site and an e-mail you can submit a request to as well. Hope that helps.
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February 17, 2016
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Replacement parts can be ordered by calling our Customer Service team at 1-800-347-8372 Monday - Friday between 8 - 5 ET.
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October 27, 2016
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Just in case others have this question I'll answer it even though I see this is from 2014! The post to front edge of the mailbox is about 22 inches. We don't do street side mailboxes where I am so I don't know where the front of the mailbox should go but that should at least give you a good idea of the overhang, factor in your roadside distance and you should be set!
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November 6, 2014
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We recommend installing the 4"x4" post roughly 2.5 feet away from the road.
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What are the make and model of the numbers on the mailbox in the photo?

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What are the make and model of the numbers on the mailbox in the photo? And how do they attach?
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August 3, 2016
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Please check with your local Home Depot Store as you will find contemporary and classic numbers that will suite the MailMaster Hudson Mailbox.
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Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 25 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Very happy with this mailbox for the price. It does look a bit cheap up close and the plastic was a bit discolored and scratched but not enough to make me return it. I've seen a few reviews of other plastic products that people spray paint so maybe in a year or so I'll do that. Or replace it. Right now I'm just happy that the mailman doesn't have to open our worn out storm door to use the door mail slot, though there was a convenience to that! It is LARGE yet doesn't look monstrous and I love the size. The closure on the door works very well, after some reviews I was worried. I really have to pull at it to get it open. It was SUPER easy to assemble though the screw you put in at the top, from inside the mailbox, isn't fully in. I'll eventually get back to that....I think. But the recommended socket size was actually wrong. Luckily I have an extensive socket set. I was able to put this together in about an hour, maybe a little more, including the post, with my 2 year old running around me. I used that metal no-dig ground screw- BEST PURCHASE. EVER. I am the handy one and I call the husband for the heavy lifting so I just needed his help when the ground screw got very close to the ground. We just had the front plants redone and there was new mulch. We probably should have moved aside the mulch to get this further in the ground but I'm leaving for this year. If anything I'll unscrew the mailbox and give it a few extra turns....or have the husband do it....and put the mailbox back next year. The beauty of the screw assembly like that is most of these mailboxes mount this way so the post might outlive this mailbox! I ordered both online and just went to my local Home Depot for the post. A 4 foot treated fence post was PERFECT. Took a little encouragement but that meant a snug fit. I'm very happy with the purchase and I would recommend this if you have similar budget issues like we do with our new-to-us house. For this price I'd be looking at an exposed wood post and a cheap metal mailbox that wouldn't make the appearance this does from a distance. I Texted pics to my dad and cousin and they thought it looked great, until I pointed out the flaws. I had no idea how expensive mailboxes got! Maybe later we'll get a better one but I'm sure this will last, and spray paint can always help us get some extra time out of it. Like I said, for the price I'm sure it'll end up being a good deal. October 27, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by MailMaster Hudson Mailbox Excellent. Product came in-tact and all parts were inside. It was easy to install on a 4x4 I put in concrete and assembled together in about 30 minutes October 25, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Decent inexpensive mailbox This is a decent inexpensive mailbox that looks higher end than the price tag. Easy to install. August 30, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Nice looking and Easy to install mailbox We had not trouble installing the mailbox as directed and we are both in our 70's. The only problem was with the magnetic closure on the door (which just sits in a groove and is not really fastened). We closed the box and the door came open. When we looked inside, the metal piece attached to the door was on the magnet so we had to securely glue it to the door. July 12, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great product but... Love the look - the black is very classy and it has excellent curb appeal. The only thing that would make it better is if the mailbox I received had a flag already installed on it as the directions appear to dictate. Also I would prefer the flag to be red in color instead of whatever color it is now. May 16, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Not the best It's mediocre May 9, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Nice product easy to assemble, would recommend others to buy, took about 30min May 24, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Not a bad buy! I wasnt real keen on getting a plastic mailbox. I wanted the faux stone and my wife wanted this one so you see how it ended. It was easy to put together and to install. It looks fantastic from afar but up close you see its plastic. Thats the only reason I gave it 4 stars instead of 5. Other than that its close to perfect. April 16, 2015
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