Tailgating flagpoles are a great tool to show your support, declare your territory and stand out at your next picnic, camping trip, or tailgating event. Tailgating flagpoles are made of light aluminum and flexible fiberglass. These flagpoles are often telescoping, making them easy to transport or set up. Use a telescoping banner pole that does not lock. This keeps the pole from slipping if it’s picked up by wind gusts or when people get rowdy, view publisher site.
The longest tailgating sticks reach about twenty feet. They are capable supporting flags between three and five feet high.
There are two basic types for tailgating flagpole mountings: trailer hitch mount and wheel stands.
The trailer hitch brackets attach on to the hitch of your vehicle, RV or truck. Attach the mount to hitch. Attach the included pin. If you have a sectional flagpole, first insert it into the hole. Next, put the rest together. It may be necessary to assemble taller poles first.
Wheel stands are the most widely used type of tailgating flagpole/mount. They are extremely easy to set up. You will find a steel foot to attach underneath your tires. To park, simply pull the foot towards you. Install the flag on mount. Attach the included screw for fixing it.
Flags can also flow from a tailgating pole.