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11 Gauge Aluminum Sectional Flagpole

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11 Gauge Aluminum Sectional Flagpole

All sectional flagpoles are a 2” diameter. Our 17’ sectional flagpole consists of (3) six foot 11 gauge aluminum sections. While our 23’ sectional flagpoles consists of (4) six foot 11 gauge aluminum sections. Made In The U.S.A.! Need a light? Click here

Carries a 10 year warranty, including weather damage.

Flagpoles includes:

1. 3” gold ball

2. Large cast aluminum cleat

3. Extra thick PVC Ground sleeve

4. Strong thick halyard (Rope) Includes 2 Metal Flag Clips

5. Heavy cast aluminum topper with pulley.

6. Heavy duty eleven gauge aluminum tubes

Q.  What is wrong with the smaller residential sectional flagpoles?

A. They bend.

Q. But why?

A. Simply because most of them are imports that they use lesser, cheaper strength aluminum and/or very small wall thickness of 18 or 16 gauge.

Read the reviews of any big chain stores and you will consistently see the same comments over and over again, “They bend, they break in half, not to be used in high windy conditions, etc.”

Yes. They will do a great job, if you install them in your living room. :)

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  1. 23' Flag Pole Phil

    Posted by Phil on 3rd Aug 2017

    Very pleased with it....The 0.11" wall thickness makes the pole very stout....Should hold up at our cottage on the Pamlico Sound....It is not unusual to get a wind speed up to 60 mph when North-Easters come thru .

  2. Flying old glory Kyle

    Posted by Kyle on 11th May 2017

    I put the 23' flagpole up at my brothers house and it looks great! After checking on it after a freak overnight storm that had over 60 mph winds, it's still standing tall! Well made.

  3. Cautiously optimistic Justin

    Posted by Justin on 1st May 2017

    I researched this purchase for about a month before pulling the trigger. I decided on this one, being it touted 11 gauge aluminum. The look is great, especially with a flag. I have yet to test the pole with a flag on it in higher winds (30 MPH plus) and am nervous to do so. Even without the flag, the pole bends and flexes to the point that I'm nervous that it's going to bend without a flag on it. Time will tell I reckon.