Internet #100170234

Model # DPKX0000

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Cedar Deluxe, Drive-In, Crossarm, Mailbox Post Kit, Natural Finish

  • Installation - No digging or concreting required
  • Constructed from beautiful aromatic cedar
  • Wood weathers naturally to create a unique appearance
$ 41 19

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Product Overview

  • Installation - No digging or concreting required
  • Constructed from beautiful aromatic cedar
  • Wood weathers naturally to create a unique appearance
An excellent choice for a rustic look, the Cedar Deluxe Drive-In post is made of genuine aromatic red cedar that weathers naturally over time, adding a charming, unique appearance to any installation. It features an angled post top and is supported by a cedar crossarm and bracing. Pre-notched for easy assembly, the post requires no digging or anchoring in concrete. The Cedar Deluxe Drive-In post accommodates most medium-sized and large mailboxes.
  • Pre-notched wood pieces for easy assembly
  • Supports up to 60 lbs. evenly distributed
  • Drive-in post includes a steel anchor to install directly in-ground without digging
  • Compatible with most standard and large size mailboxes - perfectly fits Gibraltar Mailboxes with Match codes A, B, or C
  • Assembly required prior to in-ground installation
  • Mounting and installation hardware included for easy setup
  • Angled post top is supported by a cedar crossarm and bracing
  • Concrete recommended when installing in loose soil
  • Slight variations in the natural wood grain are unique to each post
  • California residents see Prop 65 WARNINGS

Product Overview

  • Installation - No digging or concreting required
  • Constructed from beautiful aromatic cedar
  • Wood weathers naturally to create a unique appearance
Model #: DPKX0000
Internet #: 100170234

An excellent choice for a rustic look, the Cedar Deluxe Drive-In post is made of genuine aromatic red cedar that weathers naturally over time, adding a charming, unique appearance to any installation. It features an angled post top and is supported by a cedar crossarm and bracing. Pre-notched for easy assembly, the post requires no digging or anchoring in concrete. The Cedar Deluxe Drive-In post accommodates most medium-sized and large mailboxes.

  • Pre-notched wood pieces for easy assembly
  • Supports up to 60 lbs. evenly distributed
  • Drive-in post includes a steel anchor to install directly in-ground without digging
  • Compatible with most standard and large size mailboxes - perfectly fits Gibraltar Mailboxes with Match codes A, B, or C
  • Assembly required prior to in-ground installation
  • Mounting and installation hardware included for easy setup
  • Angled post top is supported by a cedar crossarm and bracing
  • Concrete recommended when installing in loose soil
  • Slight variations in the natural wood grain are unique to each post
  • California residents see Prop 65 WARNINGS

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
24
Product Height (in.)
58.5
Product Width (in.)
3.5

Details

Accessory Type
Posts
Color
Cedar
Features
Corrosion Resistant,Decorative,Fade Resistant
Included
Assembly Hardware
Post Installation Type
Drive-in Anchor
Post Material
Wood
Product Weight (lb.)
19.5lb
Returnable
180-Day
Weight Capacity (lb.)
60

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
90 Day Limited

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
24
Product Height (in.)
58.5
Product Width (in.)
3.5

Details

Accessory Type
Posts
Color
Cedar
Features
Corrosion Resistant,Decorative,Fade Resistant
Included
Assembly Hardware
Post Installation Type
Drive-in Anchor
Post Material
Wood
Product Weight (lb.)
19.5lb
Returnable
180-Day
Weight Capacity (lb.)
60

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
90 Day Limited

Questions & Answers

What is best, sealing or staining before post is installed or after?

What is best, sealing or staining before post is installed or after?
Asked by: Penny
Ground to bottom of mailbox: 41-45 inches. Mailbox door setback is 6-8 inches from curb. USPS REGULATIONS!
Answered by: Rickpnc
Date published: 2020-06-20

Are the holes pre-drilled to connect the wood together? Are the holes predrilled for the bracket...

Are the holes pre-drilled to connect the wood together? Are the holes predrilled for the bracket to hold the mailbox? If not, is the bracket already attached to the post?
Asked by: lori
Yes the holes to connect the wood pieces are pre drilled. No the holes for the bracket are not pre drilled and it is not attached. I thought the bracket was not easy to use and I bought a separate mounting kit.
Answered by: BB
Date published: 2020-09-18

Does the drive in stake come with the post, and if so, does it hold up under the pounding?

Does the drive in stake come with the post, and if so, does it hold up under the pounding?
Asked by: Robbyt
Yes it does I’ve had mine now about two years and it still holding strong I would recommend it
Answered by: DD1
Date published: 2020-03-01

What holds the post up?

What holds the post up?
Asked by: Lizzylou
You need to dig the dirt out up to 12" - 18" deep, then pour enough concrete, and then put the post immediately into the concrete. You need to have some means to hold the post in the concrete for up to an hour until the concrete is dry. Then cover the hole with dirt, and compact the dirt. Better do it right, and only one time - the right way. If you need to replace the old one, the hardest thing is to pull the old post out, which might have concrete attached. That could be very heavy. Also you need to find a place to dispose the old post with concrete. Most trash collection company will not haul onto the truck.
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2020-07-12
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