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tenrsingr 06-07-2002 02:40 PM

Multi Flag Holder
 
Where can these be found to hold a 10 ft pole? I have seen them in pics with three at different angles. Please advise.. I am ready to fly.... They are not available at campingworld.

thenewkid64 06-07-2002 03:11 PM

I will be happy to post the info when I get home, but maybe someone who has a Blue Beret close bay can do it sooner.

The holder and pole are made by a WBCCI Member who has a regular ad in the Bule Beret club mag. I installed one on my trailer and it was great. The only problem I had was pole storage, but if you have space you can possibly store the poles behind your front couch.

83Excella 06-07-2002 03:16 PM

pole holders
 
Tensinger,
There is a place that advertises in the Blue Beret under Miscellaneous called Pole Ease 9751 Rexford rd., Jackson, MI. phone 517-536-8022.
1" diameter heavy gauge for 1-3 poles, 3 pole holder $31.50.


John

thenewkid64 06-07-2002 03:19 PM

Thanks John,

I am out of pocket till Sunday and do not have all of my resources.

InsideOut 06-09-2002 10:59 PM

Just pulled out my Blue Beret....
 
In the classsifieds it states:

Miscellaneous

"12' Flag Poles Aluminum 1" diameter. Heavy duty holders for 1-3 poles. Price - poles $31.50 each, holders single pole $21.50 3-pole holder $29.50 plus shipping $6.00 per package. Order from POLE EASE, 9751 Rexford rd., Jackson, MI. phone 517-536-8022

For the economically minded folks....We just got back from a rally and saw someone who made the flag poles from light blub changing extension poles available at Home Depot for about $10.00 each. I suppose window washing or painting extension poles would work as well. They used "D-rings" to attach the flag grommets to the pole. The top "D-ring" was attached to the pole through a hole drilled at the top and the bottom one was free-sliding. It really did do the trick & looked great! Sorry I didn't take a picture to share....

Shari

tenrsingr 06-10-2002 10:45 AM

Thanks for the information... I guess I really need to get involved and get the WBBCI membership taken care of eh? I guess that the Vintage Airstream Club is different too though right? or are they part of the other. In other words, you have to have WBBCI to be part of VAC? Just curious..

InsideOut 06-10-2002 10:56 AM

The VAC is a sub-group of WBCCI, I think the dues were about $25 additional for the VAC.

Contact WBCCI for additonal info....

www.wbcci.org

Shari


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