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    Default Re: ROC Flag

    Looks damn good!

    Its fricken huge though!

    Do we need a taller flagpole?
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    How tall is the one we have?

    Yeah the flag is pretty big - i thought it would be worth getting the best one there could be.

    I can bring up a 20ft (i think it is anyway) flag pole which might be best as it has all the proper attatchments.

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    It's a 2 yard flag (6'x3') isn't it? A flag that size needs atleast a 20' pole.

    I ordered mine today, should have it in 10 days.
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    Is the ROC bit stitched on or is it a transfer?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pilot25dmc View Post
    It's a 2 yard flag (6'x3') isn't it? A flag that size needs atleast a 20' pole.

    I ordered mine today, should have it in 10 days.
    Bet theyre pleased with that, i have got them a lot of money! And 10 Days!!! Mine took a month. Did you order the fully sewn one?

    Quote Originally Posted by Rebel View Post
    Is the ROC bit stitched on or is it a transfer?
    I think it may be a transfer., but its really high quality.

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    I ordered the same one you did, only difference is mine will have inglefield clips instead of wooden toggles.

    The delay in making yours was down to the art department trying to find the correct design for the crest, now
    they have it on file it takes them much less time.
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    Ah right - i didnt even see the option for inglefield clips

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