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U-Channel Sign Post & Hardware Kits

U-Channel Sign Post & Hardware Kits

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Install your signs with our U-Channel Sign post. Available as post only and as a kit with installation hardware.
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Make installing your traffic and parking signs easier with U-Channel Sign Post & Hardware Kits from Emedco. In-stock and ready to ship. Order yours today!
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Product Features - U-Channel Sign Post & Hardware Kits

  • Save 20% when you buy a sign post kit versus purchasing post and hardware separately.

  • Choose from 3 lengths: 4 ft., 6 ft., 8 ft. (our most popular), and 10 ft.

  • 3/8" punch holes on 1" centers allow for easy sign alignment and attachment.

  • Metal sign posts are constructed from hot-rolled ASTM A-499 Grade 60 rail steel weighing 90 lbs./yard.

  • Finished in either durable green baked enamel or rust-proof ASTM 123 galvanized steel.

  • 10 ft. posts are shipped by truck instead of UPS – purchase two smaller posts and splice together to avoid truck shipment fees of $75 or higher.

  • Heavy-gauge U-Channel posts weigh 2 lbs/ft.

  • Available in Post Only and Post & Hardware Kit. Kit comes with (1) U-Channel sign post, (2) bolts, (2) nuts, and (4) washers.

  • Compliant with MUTCD standards.

Call us at 1-877-775-5939 to learn about this product.
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    What are the width and depth dimentions of the U channel sign post?

    My application is not to use them as posts, but to tie three 2x12s together to make a ramp. The posts will be underneath the 2X12s crossways. I need to know how much they will raise the boards off the ground with the channels underneath.
    Asked by: Shardon
    Below is an image that gives the dimensions of the posts. Please click on the image to view the information.
    Answered by: Valerie
    Date published: 2016-12-10
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