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Posted: 07/21/17 09:33am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

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I have had this pole for 15+ years, and use it for work, and for my flagpole. Extremely robust. Comes in 18' also.

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Finally used my new Harbor Freight flag pole this weekend.

I built an aluminum bracket that sits under the landing gear. Works pretty well but needs some mods. to be better. First time for me welding aluminum so was a learning experience, one that needs a LOT more practice! Will get it perfected and post a pic.

Flag pole itself is great, super strong and stiff, does not bend in the wind very much but we didn't have any real strong winds this weekend.


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I use a Superior 3, 30ft telescoping flag pole when we go to races. Holds 3 flags 3'x 5'. Uses spring loaded buttons at each extension. They also make 20' and 25' poles as well. A little pricy but will be the last pole you'll need to buy. They have a couple different mounting options. A company called Telepole. http://www.tele-pole.com/


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Posted: 09/12/17 07:53am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

tinner12002 wrote:

I use a Superior 3, 30ft telescoping flag pole when we go to races. Holds 3 flags 3'x 5'. Uses spring loaded buttons at each extension. They also make 20' and 25' poles as well. A little pricy but will be the last pole you'll need to buy. They have a couple different mounting options. A company called Telepole. http://www.tele-pole.com/


yep they're nice but WOW! $200.00 is more than I'm willing to pay for something like this, especially when its subject to wind and throwing it in to the pass thru.

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