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Old 06-12-2015, 09:30 PM   #11
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1gal milk jug handle cut to fit and painted works well and doesn't cost anything.
tha right there is a fantastic idea...thanks !
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Old 06-13-2015, 12:52 AM   #12
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1gal milk jug handle cut to fit and painted works well and doesn't cost anything.
Would love to see a picture if you have done it on your Georgetown.
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I used them on the fiver I had with great success, I will cut one up to show you how to make them and install on my GT. May be a couple days but you will have pics.
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Old 06-13-2015, 10:19 AM   #14
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I used them on the fiver I had with great success, I will cut one up to show you how to make them and install on my GT. May be a couple days but you will have pics.
So you use the whole tube from the handle or do you cut in half to make a extended gutter? Sounds like a great idea and we may have an actual easy solution. Thanks
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I don't know if this is going to work, not sure on posting pics.
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Ok it worked here are others, you can make them as long or short as you want as you can see this one is 4 inches, I will attach with either short flat head screws or 1/8th pop rivets you could also glue them on.

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Am I correct in assuming you attach the lower portion of the milk bottle handle to the rain gutter?
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Yes, cut it to fit your gutter spout at what ever length you want it.
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that's a great idea jergeod.....thanks for the post and pics.....gonna make some up, paint them, and remove the other extensions i made up next week. the ones that are made for TT/5'ers, that i re-cut to fit, i anchored with silicone and a small fat head screw also. trouble is i would like them longer....these fit the bill....

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