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Nifty Tip #3, #4 and #5

Discussion in 'Tips & Tricks' started by Texas_Signmaker, Apr 11, 2019.

  1. Texas_Signmaker

    Texas_Signmaker Very Active Signmaker

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    If you got some poles acting up, or a frame that's not squaring... use straps to pull the posts together and hold them in place. If they are too far in, use a piece of wood and hammer it in-between to keep them apart.
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    Make little shelves out of wood with L brackets and line them up at the bottom of where the sign should go. When you lift the sign up, it will hold it in place perfectly level. No second person needed.
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    Paint your fasteners for that Texas quality finished look
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  2. White Haus

    White Haus Formally known as RJPW..........

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    Thanks for these, keep em coming! I don't personally do a lot of installs but have definitely struggled with posts and 4x8 panels before.

    Love these little tricks that help installs go smoothly and turn out better.
     
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  3. Johnny Best

    Johnny Best Very Active Member

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    niftytips.jpg No #1 best seller, all you need to set up shop.
     
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  4. Texas_Signmaker

    Texas_Signmaker Very Active Signmaker

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    I always wondered what I'd look like dressed in western wear. Very accurate drawing.
     
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