|Product Depth (in.)||0.375 in||Product Height (in.)||48 in|
|Product Width (in.)||3.25 in|
|Hardware Color Family||Red||Mounting type||Yard Stake|
|Returnable||90-Day||Safety & Security Product Type||Miscellaneous Traffic Control|
A: Definitely can’t pound these into the ground. Pretty sure it would shatter the pole/stake. I prepared a hole using a landscaping spike.
A: Hammer? No, they are plastic and unless you are in pure sand you'll break them. I'm sitting on heavy clay with rock. Bought an appropriately sized drill bit for my battery powered drill, drilled hole as best as could going around large rocks, insert reflector stake, done. There are actually drill made for this purpose. Found they would usually go in maybe six inches or so. Surprisingly they hold up even through snow with the plows going by. Could be the ground freezing helps then.
A: Pushed in. If the ground is really firm I sometimes drill a hole into the ground first.
A: Pushed in, hammering will damage the unit. Mike
A: For the Everbilt 48 in. Driveway Marker Red, it would be pushed in.
A: The Everbilt 48 in. Driveway Marker Red is made of a durable fiberglass material. It may leave damage if hit with a car.
A: They are flexible and most likely to minimal damage to whatever hits them.
A: Yes I would think so with the right tool
A: We do not recommend cutting 48 in. Driveway Marker Red as it is made of fiberglass and it could splinter.
A: Installed mine within a few minutes, and work perfectly.
A: The 48 in. Driveway Marker Red is currently manufactured in China.