My 1960s Sinclair pole was mounted on 4 7/8 dia studs that were double nutted. The 3/4 mounting base plate of the pole base was 6" from the concrete. The owner said I could cut the mounting studs ,so I cut the two on the upper side and placed my trailer in the parking lot on the side of the ones not cut . I then hooked a heavy ratchet strap near the top of the pole part ,used a 6 ft pry bar under the base to start prying it and it laid over nice and slow into my trailer . Once it got the the 45deg point ,it really had some pressure but I just let the winch slowly lower it the rest of the way into my trailer. Not sure if that mobil post gives you that option but if so it worked like a charm. This last time I reset both my pole signs ,my neighbor has a well drilling service and we used a little 1 ton truck with a drilling derrick , chained them both near the top and they balanced perfect to set in place. I have always thought a log truck with a knuckle boom would work great as well but haven't got to try that one yet . Lots of weight and leverage with these things one needs to be careful for sure.