A: If you bang it into the dirt up the to small T section, it will stay put. I recommend a post driver if you are doing any number of these, and ear protection! I have reused these for a number of years and they are quite sturdy.
A: I would think you could attach a sign, but you might need to drill a hole to attach it. It does not have an anchor to prevent easy removal. It won't fall over easily if inserted in the ground up to the top of the blade it has to step on to push it down. However, it can be worked back and forth to pull it back up. I actually do that for some of mine when I need to move a fence line. That feature is plus for me, but it sounds like it may not be what you are looking for.
A: Kelly, I used the posts to enclose my 30" x 20" garden. Over run with WQoodchucks. Its been 3 years and so far so good. One thing, you've got to drive the stake ormake a hole. You can drive with a sledge. The posts would certainly keep a sign for some time.
A: Not sure what the application requiring. We don't have frost lines in East Texas. The post is 5' tall
A: I'm not sure. I use #8 screws and the fit the holes well
A: One every 8 ft.
A: Sherry, thanks for your question. The recommended spacing for U-posts is one post every 5 to 10 feet, depending on the application. So, you may need 10 to 20 posts, depending on the type of fence you are installing.
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