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    I used a socket to install my square pixels. Worked like a charm. I'm sure going to miss this hobby.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pmiller View Post
    I used a socket to install my square pixels. Worked like a charm. I'm sure going to miss this hobby.

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    Huh ? Where do you think you're going ?


    You need a little refresher !


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    Bullets. Asap pole with portable hole. Asap pole topper with hooks. Metal conduit base ring with rebar anchors.

    The topper on the left was my old one before asap pole. New one much sturdier. Not metal but still strong.
    topper.jpg

    ASAP Pole with portable hole:
    asap.jpg

    Base ring with rebar anchors:
    ring.jpg

    All put together:
    tree1.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by barlav View Post
    Bullets. Asap pole with portable hole. Asap pole topper with hooks. Metal conduit base ring with rebar anchors.
    That's pretty much what I am thinking as far as the hole and pole is concerned. Thanks.

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    Bullets. Asap pole with portable hole. Asap pole topper with hooks. Metal conduit base ring with rebar.

    Mine is the same with metal top ring. I cut it out of a piece of metal I had laying around with a sawzall and set it up for 48 strands 360. My tree is 24 strands 180. The eye bolts were cheaper so I bought them and pried them open. Two short eye bolts for guide wires or I use rope to help stabilize. Had a buddy of mine weild a coupling in the center and screw it down on center pole then my star screws down from the top.


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    Last edited by rayhjr; 08-11-2020 at 11:18 AM.
    Rayhjr I Love This Stuff!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayhjr View Post
    The eye bolts were cheaper so I bought them and pried them open.
    Never thought about that!

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    Thanks for that link to the Virtual Christmas Summit......By the time I saw that it was happening, it was too late. I didn't realize that there was a youtube copy. Really handy ...now I have something to watch and learn.

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