Flagpole Halyard - Stainless Steel Wire Center
Wire center polyester halyard (rope) for your flagpole. R...
1/8" Stainless steel aircraft cable, stainless steel thim...
Coated steel weight, attaches to the end of the halyard o...
Soft metal crimps for securing ends together of rope (hal...
Rubber-Coated Brass Swivel Snap
The quieter solution to noisy banging flag snaps. This b...
The highest quality flag snap on the market. Durable stai...
Bronze swiveling flag pole clips available in two sizes f...
Durable, heavy stainless snap for use on flags Available...
Chrome plated snap for mounting your flag to your halyard...
Secure your flag to your flagpole halyard with this light...
Standard Stainless Steel Winch
This gearless winch is for use on flagpoles with a butt d...
Winch Handle for Crank Flagpole
This winch handle is designed to be used with any of our ...
Stainless Steel Cable Assembly - 70'
This cable assembly is constructed of stainless steel air...
For flagpoles which are utilizing an 8'x12' flag arrangem...
For use with internal halyard flagpole systems Stainless...
The Super Snap makes attaching your flag easy! Use on hal...
Thimble for Cable or Halyard - Choose Options
Thimbles are designed to line the inside of a loop of hal...
This stainless steel flag clip is quick and easy to use a...
Flagpole Halyard - Braided - BY THE FOOT
Durable, mold resistant halyard (rope) for your flagpole ...
Flagpole Halyard (cut to length)
How to determine what size diameter and how much halyard you need for your flagpole: The diameter of the halyard depends on the allowable rope diameter of the pulley on the flagpole. Please confirm this diameter BEFORE purchasing.
How long should my halyard be? Typically-this is the height of the flagpole multiplied by two (2). For example: a 30' flagpole, multiply by 2 = 60' of halyard. It is better to have a little extra than not enough.
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