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allen8106

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Posted: 05/06/20 02:54pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I built an aluminum plate mounted with two square end u-bolts to the bumper then cut a 12" piece of 3 inch PVC pipe and used 3" u-bolts to mount that to the aluminum plate. The flag pole sets nicely down into the PVC pipe.


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I used a couple of times the flagpole light and to be frankly I was very satisfied by its quality of the refractation and the stability bby which you can attach it. Of course at the beginning I had some doubts about that, bu unless you do not try, you never find out which product is the perfect fit for your needs. On top of that, it creates a better environment for the young generation to create better values since it is eye-chatching and attracts the kid's attention. Very good product at a reasonable price. So if I used it, don't worry, you can try it too.

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Posted: 08/26/21 06:00pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Had the Flag Pole Buddy, but gave it up after it broke several times. Now use an aluminum pole with a receiver mount and sat dish hard mounted on roof.


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Posted: 08/26/21 08:50pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

We have the pole. No we do not travel with it. Sometimes my husband will mount the flagpole to the front of the trailer.
It all depends on the wind. Our bedroom is in the back and if it is really windy night then the flagpole bumping around against the ladder is too noisy for us.
He likes the option of deciding where to place the flagpole, so each trip it comes down and gets packed away.


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