T55 Tripod for Roll-Up and Rigid Signs

SKU CCW-20-021-00029
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  • Compact storage
  • Powder coated, all steel construction
  • Telescoping mast
  • Compatible with 36" and 48" signs
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Product Overview

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Compact, economical and super easy to use, this T55 tripod stand for rigid and roll-up signs are manufactured by Dicke Safety tools, an industry leader for over 100 years. The all-purpose, three-legged heavy duty sign is made of durable steel and works ideally in low to medium wind conditions. Designed to hold 36" and 48" rigid plastic, aluminum and plywood signs, it is the smart choice for enforcing road safety.

Includes: (1)ツT55 tripod


  • Meets MUTCD specifications.
  • NCHRP-350 compliant.
  • Folds for compact storage.
  • Telescoping mast.
  • Flag holder for 3 standard flags.
  • Displays 36" and 48" rigid signs.
  • Roll-up signs can also be displayed with the addition of the optional roll-up sign adapter.
  • Powder coated, rugged square tubular steel construction.


Color Orange

Height 48"

Width 57"

Storage size height 62"

Storage size width 4 ツス"

Storage size length 2"

Material Steel


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