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Old 01-09-2015, 09:59 PM   #11
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Old 01-09-2015, 11:02 PM   #12
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Went to Home Depot today to look for the pieces to make this, and was told that they no longer carry that PVC and the tees and elbows. I was quite surprised. Employee told me that it's hardly used in plumbing today, and pretty much just used by hobbyists so Home Depot is getting out of it. All they carry now is the bigger 3 inch stuff.
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Old 01-09-2015, 11:26 PM   #13
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Here's ours. It's a telescoping pole with a hitch receiver adaptor.


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Old 01-10-2015, 08:28 AM   #15
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any good store like a ace hardware or something of that nature will have it, not true what they say, I just used some last summer, 45's and t's and end caps

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Went to Home Depot today to look for the pieces to make this, and was told that they no longer carry that PVC and the tees and elbows. I was quite surprised. Employee told me that it's hardly used in plumbing today, and pretty much just used by hobbyists so Home Depot is getting out of it. All they carry now is the bigger 3 inch stuff.
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Those of you with the Flag Pole buddy on a class A....what length do you recommend for 2 flags? Is the 16' or the 22' foot the one to get? Seems the 22' footer might be too much....but what do I know.

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Those of you with the Flag Pole buddy on a class A....what length do you recommend for 2 flags? Is the 16' or the 22' foot the one to get? Seems the 22' footer might be too much....but what do I know.

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I was on the fence also... get the 22' and in the instance that you cant fully raise it or only want to fly one flag - leave the last section collapsed. The flagpole buddy is telescoping... the last two sections have a small clevis pin to hold them extended.
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Here's mine. Make a good spotter at an RV rally. Flag pole buddy 22'
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