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Old 04-08-2013, 02:22 PM
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Fly High Pole

I have an '84 S&S and am looking for one of the fly-high poles. It looks like it come in 2 1/2" and a 3" diameter. Does anyone know which one will fit?

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Old 04-08-2013, 03:10 PM
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measure circumference. put into this calculator or diameter = circumference/(3.14)
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I have an '84 S&S and am looking for one of the fly-high poles. It looks like it come in 2 1/2" and a 3" diameter. Does anyone know which one will fit?

Thanks,
Tim
I think the ID should be 2 1/2 " to fit over your pylon. OD will be closer to 3"
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