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    Finned Medium Sign Foot

    The finned medium sign foot has a straight-sided profile and grips stock up to .085 thick. Downward tilted fins on the inside of the sign foot create an extra-secure grip on the sign stock and a wide base with permanent, peel-and-stick foam tape, keeps signs from tipping.
    SKU: Finned Medium Sign Foot
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    • 1.085" wide x .525" tall
    • 1” and 3” lengths in clear PVC
    • new fin design makes for excellent gripping and easy inserting of stock
    • priced and sold individually
    • bulk packed
    • custom runs, to specified lengths, are available for large orders
    • custom runs with magnetic backing are available for large orders
    uses & features
    • support sign stocks up to .085” thick
    • works on vertical and horizontal surfaces
    • Wholly made in the US
    • plastic meets European RoHS standards
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