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    sectional poles - Only 1 Left!

    I have six sectional fiberglass poles with bungies in good condition, of unknown age, that you may have for free, if you will just pay the shipping. Each section is 22" long.

    A. 3/8" diameter, four (4) sections, 88" OAL, 9.6 oz total... fairly flexible Shipped

    B. 1/2" diameter, nine (9) sections, 198" OAL, 22 oz total... almost stiff, somewhat flexible Shipped

    C. 1/2" diameter, nine (9) sections, 198" OAL, 32 oz total... stiff, almost inflexible Shipped

    D. 1/2" diameter, five (5) sections, 110" OAL, 24 oz total... stiff, almost flexible Shipped

    E. 1/2" diameter, five (5) sections, 110" OAL, 24 oz total... stiff, almost flexible Shipped


    F. 1/2" diameter, five (5) sections, 110" OAL, 24 oz total... stiff, almost flexible

    Only "A" is flexible enough for a pole mod, but it is not long enough. As Terry pointed out, they would be good for bridge spreaders.

    PM me if you want any of these, and I'll use Stamps.com to find out what it will cost to ship it to you.

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    Would any of these be strong enough for a bridge hammock spreader bar?

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    I'll take "B". Sending pm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Terry_Dodson View Post
    Would any of these be strong enough for a bridge hammock spreader bar?
    Why, yes, I believe even the flexible poles they would be strong enough! The unions are heavy. You would probably use different ends, after cutting a pair of them to length.
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    I would like to get "C" if it is still available. PM sent.

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    I received the poles today, man that was fast. Thanks. Now i just have to figure out what to do with them

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