Dicke Dynalite Sign Stands

SKU CCW-20-021-00080
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  • Two methods of roll-up sign attachment
  • Powder coated steel and aircraft quality aluminum finish
  • Non-spring design
  • Compatible with 36" and 48" signs
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Product Overview

Non-spring, lightweight and compact - the Dicke Dynalite Sign Stands designed to display 36" or 48" roll-up signs! Rugged and dependable, these stands are made of powder coated steel and aircraft quality aluminum. Check out the different models that Dicke offers and find the one that suits your requirements!

Dynalite Sign Stand


  • Displays 36" and 48" roll-up signs
  • Two methods of roll-up sign attachment: Screwlock clamps quickly to the vertical fiberglass rib; the Pocket style sign older which holds the sign by bottom plastic pocket
  • Rubber base design ideal for limited storage or display areas
  • Full size stands feature telescopic vertical masts and triple flag holders designed to display 36" or 48" roll-up signs
  • Foot operated leg releases quickly lock legs in one of three positions to allow for storage or deployment on uneven terrain
  • Different models have different leg lengths (22" leg length that telescopes to 38", 30" leg length that telescopes to 51", 42" leg length)
  • Meet all MUTCD specifications, NCHRP-350 compliant



  • Sign Height: 12’’, or 18’’ to 66’’
  • Legs Material: Steel or Aluminum
  • Sign Holder: Pocket or Screwlock


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