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Mega Pole Sleeve?

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Someone posted about using 2" pipe with "sleeves". My question is what are you using as a sleeve/coupler that would allow a 40' pipe solely using 2" conduit?

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Here is an example of a pin that is commonly used.

You may also want to look at the construction of the Monkhouse JUMP.

My pole is 21', but I did not want to store a pole that long. Also, I run my lift cables up the inside of the pole, so I did not want to block it with a pin. I opted to weld a 2' long section of 2" pipe to the bottom of the top piece of 1.5" pipe. I overlap a foot on each pipe. I then used the welder to build up a few point to take up the gap between the 1.5" and the 2" pipe. Snugger fit.

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