Universal Bracket with Sleeve for Traffic Sign Stands

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  • For more varied compatibility on roll-up signs
  • Can be used with springless or single spring sign stands
  • Easy to use and convenient
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$30.87

Product Overview

Are you looking for a way to use your SafeZone sign stands with most brands of roll up signs? Plasticade offers you the perfect solution - the Universal Bracket with Sleeve for Traffic Sign Stands! Use it with springless or single spring sign stands and widen the range or roll-up signs you can use!

Includes:
Universal Bracket with Sleeve for Traffic Sign Stands

Features:

  • Allows the use of SafeZone sign stands with most brands of roll-up signs
  • Easy to use, convenient and practical
  • Used with springless or single spring sign stands

 

Specification

Specifications:

  • Used with: SZ-412, SZ-412-S, SZ-460, SZ-484
  • Weight: 2 lbs.
  • Customizable? No

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03/30/2021
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Imppressive!

They were very sturdy and easy to use.

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