Stands the test of time!
Jun 8, 2021
I've used these posts more than twenty years, so I thought the voice of experience might be useful. If you have soggy ground, don't scrimp on the cement; it took a few tries to get enough to keep the posts from slumping. Make sure not to begin to hang clothes on them before the cement has had plenty of time to season; my second time I gave it three weeks (the first I gave it one). I've tried both vinyl and rope clotheslines. I like the rope better, using the ratchet the VCS sells, but the next time I replace the line I will try the brass-covered braided one. The fact I have had these posts (I use two) for more than twenty years means they should hold up well, unless Lehman's has changed them, but I doubt that.
T Post Clothesline
Nov 3, 2020
Easy to assemble and functional. Not as sturdy as I'd hoped. It's been a process getting the posts stabilized with additional anchors and drilling holes for bolts to keep the posts from spinning where the sections join. I do hang large items and fill all of the lines, so it's quite a bit of weight. These would be fine for light use. Love Lehmans!
Loving the simple life
Apr 7, 2017
I'm retired after 39 years of banking and insurance. It's time to get back to down home living. Simplify. Been years since I've had time to hang clothes out again. Best retirement gift ever. Easy to assemble. Sturdy. Hardest part was digging the holes and carrying the sack cement.
Jul 29, 2016
I recently installed these two T-Post in my yard. Very easy project. The T-Posts are strong a good quality. I think I will have them for years. Nothing like hanging your clothes out to dry!!