American Flag Lawn Kit Item
5' Pole with a 2x3' Flag, #K29 $16.50 EACH:
12 kit minimum, great for businesses
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So easy to deal with, easy to buy. American Flag Kits especially
convenient for older people who find it difficult to handle full size kits. Also
great for people with very very tiny yards that have no real place to place a
full size kit or full size lawn pole. Great for condos or town houses. Heck, you
could put this kit in a tiny garden or mulch bed. And at this price you
can put a cluster or a whole row of them across your yard or business.
Each kit includes:
- 2x3' Printed polyester outdoor flag with heading and grommets
- 5x1" Non rusting aluminum pole
- Gold rubber ball top
- One PAIR of #EZ1 mounting rings
In my picture, I have the kit mounted into the optional ground tube I've
concreted into the lawn. But you could just take a crowbar and punch a hole in
the ground like you might to if you were staking up tomato plants.
Here's a close-up shot showing how easy the flag attaches. The parts are shipped
bulk packed. Just slip the ring on the pole and put the thumb screw through the
grommet. No tools needed.
#APGT 10"x1" ground tube $9.50 each. This tube is sold separately.
It is not included as part of the #K27 EZ2 Lawn Kit. The tube is
spiked. BUT don't just smack it into the ground with a sledged hammer. You
should first poke a hole into the ground with a crowbar. Then, if you pound in
the spiked tube, place a piece of 2x4 on it and pound the wood, not the tube.
a close shot of the ground tube concreted into the ground. "Hey Al, do I need
the ground tube?" It depends on your use. If you just want to put a row
across your lawn every 4th of July, then no, you don't need it. Just punch a
hole in the ground with a crowbar and push in the pole. But if you put them out
every day like I do, having a permanent socket is very convenient. And they
always stay straight. For the best and most proper installation, dig a 10-12"
diameter hole and concrete the tube in it.