Model # 73011756

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Veranda 5 in. x 5 in. x 7 ft. White Vinyl Fence End/Gate Post (B)
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Veranda

5 in. x 5 in. x 7 ft. White Vinyl Fence End/Gate Post (B)

  • Pre-routed vinyl fence gate post with routes on one side
  • Low maintenance and professional grade
  • Pre-routed vinyl fence gate post eliminates brackets
$23.41 /piece

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The 5 in. x 5 in. x 7 ft. White Vinyl Fence End/Gate Post (B) is perfect for the pro or the do-it-yourselfer. Our vinyl fence post offers the perfect combination of high quality and low maintenance you have been looking for. This routed and lightweight post makes installation fast and easy.

  • Compatible with the Yukon Straight, Kettle Straight and Kettle Scallop fence panels and gates
  • Pre-notched post, no bracket hardware needed
  • Clean rail-to-post connection
  • When attaching a gate, must purchase corresponding galvanized steel post insert (model#: 73003718) in order for complete installation
  • Made of durable, low maintenance vinyl
  • Transferable limited lifetime warranty
  • Easy to install, ideal for the do-it-yourselfer

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Have existing cedar posts in ground already -in good stable condition.Could post act as a " sleeve"? (to then be used w/new vinyl panels).

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May 3, 2016
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Hi mt and thank you for your question. The vinyl posts need to be buried into the ground in order to provide proper support for the fence panel. Doing otherwise would void the warranty.
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Bill of Materials for Ohio Vinyl Fencing

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April 23, 2016
I need 8'-6" long vinyl fencing which includes 4' gate.The fence alone should by only 4'-6" long. What is the exact Bill of Materials I need to buy?
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May 10, 2016
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Hi Szy and thank you for your question. It sounds like one 8ft fence section and one gate would fit your needs. You specific posts would depend on the orientation of your fence (straight line, corner, etc). We list the exact posts you need in the marketing copy below. Corresponding posts sold separately; use model #73012186 line, model #73012187 corner, and model #73012188 end. Hope this is helpful.
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FENCE IS ONLY 48" HIGH, WHY IS POST 84" HIGH?

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YUKON STRAIGHT WHITE VINYL FENCE PANEL IS 48" & FENCE POST IS 84" HIGH, WHY IS POST SO MUCH HIGHER?
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April 20, 2015
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Hi Diane, thanks for your question. The reason the post is higher than the fence panel itself is because part of the post will be buried into the ground for stability. You do have the correct post, and the installation instructions (also included on this page) will give you more detail on proper depths and methods for installing your fence. Hope this helps, we'd love to see photos of your project once Read More
Hi Diane, thanks for your question. The reason the post is higher than the fence panel itself is because part of the post will be buried into the ground for stability. You do have the correct post, and the installation instructions (also included on this page) will give you more detail on proper depths and methods for installing your fence. Hope this helps, we'd love to see photos of your project once completed. Thanks, Read Less
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