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Old 02-27-2016, 08:26 AM   #1
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Flagpole mounting

On my previous MH I had the pole mounted on the ladder. With my DP the ladder does not extend to the bumper like most DP do.

I am looking for ideas for a mounting bracket for my 25' flag pole.
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Just an idea.. A DP in my winter snowbird park has a bracket for a large flagpole mounted in the hitch receiver. Don't know a source.
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Old 02-27-2016, 08:43 AM   #3
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I am looking for ideas for a mounting bracket for my 25' flag pole.
Hey Bob,

While I do not have a 25' pole (I have a 22) my flag pole mount attaches ONLY to the TOP 4 feet of the ladder.

I use the Flag Pole Buddy system. This mount is GREAT as are the company owners.

Since you already have a pole, it may be usable with their mount.

Here is a link to their web site.



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After my post, a quick google search turned up this: Camco Hitch Mount Flagpole Holder 2 in. Receiver Mount, Model# 51611 | Hitch Accessories| Northern Tool + Equipment
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Now I have something else to worry about...
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I like the hitch receiver idea will check it out thanks
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I've got one that you run your tire up on when you park, works great for me since I didn't have a ladder
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You should measure the diameter of the pole at the base to make sure you get the correct mount.
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I have the trailer hitch receiver flag pole mount and love it. My 25' pole came with the mount you run under the tire, but because I was in a Class C, the front tire's were out (overhead blocked them), and the slide outs blocked the back tires.
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