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.275 Female Poles

$3.30

The .275 pole is most commonly used for Pole mods on tarps.  These are the female poles are hollow only weigh 9.7 grams each.  The typical pole mod uses three .275 Male Poles, One .275 Female poles, Two .275 Pole Tips, and some 3/32 shock cord for each pole assembly.  These poles are Made in the USA.

358 in stock

weight: 9.71 g

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The .275 pole is most commonly used for Pole mods on tarps.  These are the female poles are hollow only weigh 9.7 grams each.  The typical pole mod uses three .275 Male Poles, One .275 Female poles, Two .275 Pole Tips, and some 3/32 shock cord for each pole assembly.  These poles are Made in the USA.

Specs

.275 inch diameter

9.7 grams

13 inches long

Additional information

Weight 9.71 g
SKU TAT026

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  1. StevenHoward

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    Admin StevenHoward

    Hi Dutch,

    Just want to confirm my assumptions on these poles for an internal pole mod.. The effective length of each male and female pole is 13″? My HG Cuben tarp is 8’6″ (102″) and 8 of the poles (7 males and one female) with tips would be 104″?

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    • admin

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      I would be leery of putting 104 inches in the 102 space of a cuben fiber tarp. Also you have to be careful of tightening the poles to too tight of a radius. I would measure the tarp to be sure from beastee d to beastee d. I can cut 2 inches off the female pole if you would like.

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  2. Doug Testrake

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    Doug Testrake

    Are these the recommended poles to be used as a spreader bar for the double dutch?

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    • Carolyn Palmer

      Carolyn Palmer

      No, please use the .582 or .665

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  3. thewildernesswalker

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    thewildernesswalker

    How flexible are these poles? Am wanting to make poles about 56.5″ long that can curve into a 36″ diameter arc, similar to the attached photo. Would these poles handle that kind of curvature without deformation/breaking?

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