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5-ft. Highly Reflective "T" Post

Item No: 149739
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Use posts to protect your lawn and landscaping or mark hazardous areas

Reflective tape on posts is visible up to 1/2 mile away for added safety

Help prevent damage to your lawn and/or landscaping using these "T" posts with permanently applied reflective tape. Mark trails, driveways, parking lots, or snow removal areas; or, use them as warning devices for hazardous sections of road, ditches or culverts to help prevent accidents. D.O.T.-grade, retroflective tape measures 24"x3/4" and provides visibility up to 1/2 mile away. Made of rust-resistant PVC, these posts are durable and strong. Posts weigh 1.5 lbs. and measure 5-ft.Hx1-1/2"W. Install using a rubber mallet or post driver. Available with red/white, orange, or lime green retroreflective tape. Made in Canada. Specify color from the selection box above. See drop down box for colors currently available.

2014 Master Catalog: Page 113

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5.0

Great product highly reflictive.

By Pat O.

from Waukon IA.

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        Comments about 5-ft. Highly Reflective ''T'' Post:

        I use this to mark my property so in the winter the snow plows, don't get into my yard.

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        4.0

        Snow Markers...

        By Dan P.

        from Saint Louis, MO

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        Pros

        • Easily Installed
        • Sturdy

        Cons

        • Expensive

        Best Uses

        • Construction Markers
        • Snow Markers

        Comments about 5-ft. Highly Reflective ''T'' Post:

        Installs easy with a hammer or Post Driver. I have seen a few already get ran over and they did not break. I had a few where the tape fell off, but less than %1

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