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Crossroads Post Mailbox Post

  

The Rubbermaid Crossroads post has a tough, double-wall plastic construction that will not rot or rust. This post includes a 2 finial design options and 3 mounting options for mailboxes. A ground mount is included.

  • Tough, Double-Wall Plastic Construction
  • Will not rust or rot
  • 2 decorative post finial options included
  • 3 mailbox mounting options.
  • ground mount post included
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Crossroads white post
Crossroads white post : (#MB106W-04)
Material: Durable Non-Rust Polymer Construction
Size: 52.5" x 6" x 24
 
Available Colors
White
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Crossroads Post Mailbox Post is rated 1.8 out of 5 by 4.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Bad Choice Instructions are some of the worst I've ever seen, no template or marked sites for screw placement. Instructions include "Drill (4) 3/6"pilot holes in a square pattern starting 7-1/4" back from the end of the cross arm 2. Place the holes 1-3/4"apart. Screw heads do not fit down holes meant for them or pictures in the instructions are upside down. It's hard to tell which. Flimsy construction, bad design, substandard materials. Would have returned it if I could have. You would be better off with a 2x4. Will be surprised if it lasts the winter.
Date published: 2012-01-01
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not a good choice Took quite a while to put together. Was not very sturdy once mounted - I agree with others that a longer and thicker post is needed. Today i discovered that the small winds we had last week (23-26mph) have apparently caused the plastic post to crack where the cross member meets the vertical. Will now see how well Rubbermaid backs up the product.
Date published: 2011-11-09
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Very complicated This mailbox looks very nice but took a lot of time and tools to put together from scratch. The outside of the box does not tell you exactly what tools will be needed. Had to run to the store to get the proper drill bits. Yes, you have to have 3 different ones. Also the mount it came with did NOT fit the standard size Rubbermaid mailbox. (the box said it would, sold separately) We had to go buy the wood mount and drill all new holes. It came with a support post. A very small 2x3 post that was only a few feet tall. I still can't figure out how they expect that thing to hold up the entire post and box? Then, you have to drill the screws into the wood post down by the street after pounding into ground. We spent a little over 2 hours mounting this mailbox. It is very unsteady, it will prob fall down this winter after the snow plows pass'! We can watch it shake when a bird lands on it. Don't plan on using a 4x4 post on the inside as it won't fit!! I would NOT recommend this product to anyone!
Date published: 2009-06-09
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Unsteady This post looks great but in sandy soil it is unsteady. If someone leans on it, it moves. The post to be set in the gound should be at least a 3 x 3 not a 2 x 3. And it could be longer.
Date published: 2008-07-18
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Crossroads Post Mailbox Post is rated 1.8 out of 5 by 4.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Bad Choice Instructions are some of the worst I've ever seen, no template or marked sites for screw placement. Instructions include "Drill (4) 3/6"pilot holes in a square pattern starting 7-1/4" back from the end of the cross arm 2. Place the holes 1-3/4"apart. Screw heads do not fit down holes meant for them or pictures in the instructions are upside down. It's hard to tell which. Flimsy construction, bad design, substandard materials. Would have returned it if I could have. You would be better off with a 2x4. Will be surprised if it lasts the winter.
Date published: 2012-01-01
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not a good choice Took quite a while to put together. Was not very sturdy once mounted - I agree with others that a longer and thicker post is needed. Today i discovered that the small winds we had last week (23-26mph) have apparently caused the plastic post to crack where the cross member meets the vertical. Will now see how well Rubbermaid backs up the product.
Date published: 2011-11-09
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Very complicated This mailbox looks very nice but took a lot of time and tools to put together from scratch. The outside of the box does not tell you exactly what tools will be needed. Had to run to the store to get the proper drill bits. Yes, you have to have 3 different ones. Also the mount it came with did NOT fit the standard size Rubbermaid mailbox. (the box said it would, sold separately) We had to go buy the wood mount and drill all new holes. It came with a support post. A very small 2x3 post that was only a few feet tall. I still can't figure out how they expect that thing to hold up the entire post and box? Then, you have to drill the screws into the wood post down by the street after pounding into ground. We spent a little over 2 hours mounting this mailbox. It is very unsteady, it will prob fall down this winter after the snow plows pass'! We can watch it shake when a bird lands on it. Don't plan on using a 4x4 post on the inside as it won't fit!! I would NOT recommend this product to anyone!
Date published: 2009-06-09
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Unsteady This post looks great but in sandy soil it is unsteady. If someone leans on it, it moves. The post to be set in the gound should be at least a 3 x 3 not a 2 x 3. And it could be longer.
Date published: 2008-07-18
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