Dicke Stacker Rubber Base Sign Stands

SKU CCW-20-021-00075
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  • Compact storage
  • Made of rubber from recycled tires
  • Available in Heavy Duty models
  • Compatible with 36" and 48" signs
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$116.87

Product Overview

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Looking for a stand for your roll-up signs? You have just found the one! The Dicke Stacker Rubber Base Sign Stand is made for displaying both 36" and 48" roll-up signs. This stacker, made of rubber from recycled tires, features a small foot print, compact storage and several different models to choose from. Have a look and choose yours!

Includes:
Stacker Rubber Base Sign Stands (roll-up signs sold separately)

Features:

  • Displays 36" and 48" roll-up signs
  • Two molded handles that allow for easy transport
  • Rubber base design ideal for limited storage or display areas
  • Some models feature a pocket style sign holder for standard roll-up signs, others feature the Screwlock universal roll-up sign holder
  • HD models feature increased overall weight for added stability
  • Meet all MUTCD specifications, NCHRP-350 compliant

Specification

Specifications:

  • Sign Height: 12’’
  • Sign Weight: 42 lbs., 43 lbs., 48 lbs. or 49 lbs.
  • Sign Holder: Pocket or Screwlock

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