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Can I put this post directly over an existing 4x4 mailbox post that is already cemented into the ground??

Asked by: crater
Yes, you can. First measure from the ground to the opening of the mailbox, so it is within USPS regulation then slip it over. It may not end up being flush with the ground level and it is hard to remove once you slip it on.
Answered by: Mequonmom
Date published: 2017-02-11
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