You could, possibly bolting through back to back and they may be close enough to Drive them at the same time, if you have a good driver, but you will have to break off the retaining Tabs..
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Yes, it would.
These poles when put into the ground properly are sturdy. We would have the occasional deer that miss-jumped the fence and bend a pole. Depending on how large the tree is you may need more than one.
Hello, there is a Prop 65 warning on all of our items as it is required by law in the state of California. The U Fence Posts are totally fine to use around fruit and vegetable plants.
bury 1.5' of a 5.5' post or 2' of a 6' post to get your 4' fence.
Hello, depending on the length of the hardware cloth/fencing you are installing you should place your posts every 6-8 feet.
Spacing of the holes are 6 inches apart - I recommend a 3/4" spacer over the bolt that you will use - you will probably need to drill out the holes for a 1/4" bolt - probably about 1 1/2" in length. Also use some heavy 1" flat washers on the back & front of the STOP Sign. All of these recommendations are predicated on the installation of the STOP SIGN on the BACK of the Fence Post as it is really designed for hanging wire fencing on the front of it. Since you asked this question 3 months ago - you probably are stopping traffic, by now. My recommendations are just how I'd do it. CA