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Mayne No Dig Galvanized Steel Ground Anchor

Article #330034084 Model #580D
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Description

No Dig Ground Anchor
No-Dig Ground Anchor by Mayne offers a faster, cleaner and easier way to install Mayne's mail post. It's an ideal way to avoid digging a hole and mixing concrete. It truly is a time saver.
Accommodates a 4x4 wood post (not included)
Includes 5x lag bolts and a 20in length of rebar to twist the screw into the ground
Note: Best suited for soil conditions. Not recommended for rocky or extremely sandy conditions.
  • Accommodates a standard 4x4 wood post (not included)
  • Includes 5x lag bolts and a 20" length of rebar to twist the screw into the ground
  • Made of galvanized steel
  • Best suited for standard soil conditions. Not recommended for rocky or extremely sandy conditions
  • Suitable for installations with any Mayne mail post
  • Made in China

Product specifications

Type
No-dig ground anchor
Color/finish Family
Silver
Mailbox Type
Post Mount
Manufacturer Color/finish
Silver
Manufacturer's Model Number
580D
Material
Steel
Model Description
No Dig Ground Anchor
Mounting Hardware Included
Yes
Warranty
None
Package Contents
Ground Screw & Hardware

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What is the ground anchor's length or depth?

Asked by: Floris
The ground anchors length is 21.5 inches long.
Answered by: Mayne Product Expert
Date published: 2020-11-24

How long are these anchors?

Asked by: Kirkyboy
Our ground screw is 21.5 inches long.
Answered by: Mayne Product Expert
Date published: 2020-07-30
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Mayne No Dig Galvanized Steel Ground Anchor is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 16.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from No dig ground screw I installed this about 5 years ago to hold our baseball bat proof heavy steel mailbox. It went in the ground like butter and held the 4x4 and mailbox solidly until a car took it and two other mailboxes out. The screw had not rusted at all and was in perfect shape. Had the orientation of the bracket that held the 4x4 been turned 90 degrees at installation, I believe the post and mailbox would have taken a ride. I firmly believe that the ground screw assembly would have survived. I straightened out the bracket and put the screw back in the ground, remounted the mailbox which also survived the crash, and have it in place awaiting a new ground screw. I was very impressed and still am with this product.
Date published: 2010-12-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Works quite well. Took my son and I just 10 minutes to screw it into the ground straight. In Washington state the dirt is on the soft side however so it might be tougher to install for someone lets say in the red clay of Hot Springs, SD. The "screw" (anchor) itself is very sturdy. The only slight con is that I'm worried about tightening the 5 screws to tight (that attach my wood post to the anchor). My fear is that I will strip the soft wood post, cedar. Because of my fear (which may not be warranted in the first place) I feel like I've left a little bit of play at the bottom of the post where it's connected to the anchor. But all in all this is an awesome, easy, no concrete needed, way of putting up a mail box!
Date published: 2013-04-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from That was easy The city snow plow took out my mailbox this past winter so I was in need of replacing my mailbox. I did some research online to see what I would need to do to get this accomplished. Most websites and blogs suggested using a 4x4 post and a bag of concrete but I really didn't want to mess with concrete. So I came across the Mayne no dig ground screw. The concept seemed easy enough, screw it into the ground with the piece of rebar that is included and attach a piece of 4x4 post. (I had them cut me a piece about 30 inches in length). Anchor went into the ground without a problem and the 4x4 post attached with ease using the included lag bolts. I had also purchased an all in one type mailbox and post that slid over the post and it went on easily. There was also enough play in the new mailbox/post to adjust it to make it as straight as possible so don't worry if the ground screw isn't exactly straight up and down. My only complaint is that I had to order it online for pick up in store. Not a big deal at all because it actually showed up 2 days earlier than the estimated date but I think they should carry this product in their stores.
Date published: 2012-03-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Worked flawlessly [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] Caveats: This product obviously will not drill through bedrock, concrete or hardpan soils without first using an auger to pre-drill. That aside, the concept of the no-dig anchor and quality of steel are great. I pre-cut the mailbox 4x4 post to the correct length and pre-drilled the holes with the no-dig anchor before screwing it in the ground. The anchor screws very easily, much like an auger and took me only one minute to complete. Total time installing my new mailbox was under 1 hour. The anchor is very sturdy. Eventually after a number of years the metal in the anchor will rust, but on the other hand it will be very easy to remove and replace, unlike concrete.
Date published: 2019-11-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from No hole needed! This is the greatest idea! My husband didn't have to dig a 2 foot hole in the ground (in December) for the mailbox post. However, he did revise the installation by attaching the wood post to the screw BEFORE screwing it into the ground. Don't worry about absolute straightness of the wood post - the decorative post "sleeve" has a little play in it when placed over the 4 x4 and can correct slight crookedness.
Date published: 2012-01-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great purchase Just what I needed to hold up my 4 by 4 pole for the bird house . It is strong - no cement needed. I am very pleased.
Date published: 2016-07-23
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Works great just takes a little muscle to get the bar in the ground and patience when doing so. After each couple of turns definitely recommend balancing and make sure it is level as you go in. If you do get tired of crewing it it, just take a block of woof and pound it in, but again make sure it is level. The re bar they provide is cheap and bends pretty easy, so get your own and a thicker piece. Otherwise great for 8X8 deck we installed for our hot tub.
Date published: 2017-08-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Mailbox Post Support I got this because I've never worked with concrete as to digging a hole and securing a post with concrete - and I wasn't about to go through all that trouble and expense for a single post for a lightweight item like a mailbox. This item was very easy to attach to the post, because before installing, I placed the 4X4 onto the workbench, then drilled the holes and secured the bolts. It was a bit more difficult to screw into the ground as I'd figured the sandy soil would make for a smooth, secure install. For whatever reasons, I had to really put my 200+lbs. of weight onto the steel rod which is your "wrench" for screwing it into the ground. I think there were rocks or gravel about 12" deep, left over from when the driveway was paved. I was eventually able to work past it and I stopped screwing down with the post about 1/2" above the level of the grass. Although I'd painted the wood post to weather protect it prior to drilling the holes and attaching it to the main screw unit, I still wanted to avoid the post getting wet and rotting over time. As the screw is galvanized I'm pretty certain it will last many years without significant corrosion. The end result was a beautiful install, taking my time in about an hour (not counting time for cutting and painting the post). My old mailbox post were two rotting 2X4's hidden by a plastic sleeve and it used to wobble around any time you opened or closed the mailbox. Now, it stands as firm as if it had been in concrete. If I were to do it over again, I would've hammered a steel rod into the ground and pulled it out, to push any gravel or rocks aside and for the hole would act like a guide hole for the main screw unit. That's what I'd suggest to any who buy this. Also, I think I should've put this further from the driveway where gravel obviously was below the surface. I'm very happy with how this worked out, and unlike a concrete secured post, if this one gets hit by a car I'm almost certain it is robust enough to screw back in.
Date published: 2016-12-21
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