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Help, !!! Took on a retrofit of an old Coca-Cola keystone sign to LEDs. Noticed the hanger brackets were paper thin. Swing sign. I could probably make them, if I had to. Is there a supplier out there, The material is 1/8" x 1.1/2" steel with a twist. 

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Dave

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Search "The Sign Bracket Store" They have a lot of hangers but you will pay

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Wow1 That use to be standard hardware that every supply company carried. I probably have some around still. Send me a pic if you haven't already found one and I'll see if I have them. There are a few different styles.

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I ordered one from the sign bracket store and it would not be in stock for 2 months!  So you will probably find it there, just a matter of if it is in stock or not.  We ended up having to manufacture ours.

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Last time I saw those...I believe it was in N. Glantz sign catalog.  

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Sorry...I just checked...no luck...I think I'm turning into my father...I remember things from 40 years ago

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Depending on the exact configuration they aren't really that hard to make.     Got a Photo?   A good vice and a monkey wrench are all you really need.   I used to make them all the time.   Where are you located? 

Also, I just checked and Glantz has three different ones on their site.  IDK if they will be a stock item or not.

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Hey SignLady, i knew I saw this in glantz catalog.  It was not on their online catalog so maybe its discontinued  Anyway it may be worth a shot  regrads, mike

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Thankyou everyone for the replies, I just realize that I had a replies after finding that this was going into spam.

I will follow up on your suggestions.

Dave

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S & F Sign Supplies  Brooklyn NY   718 399-3333          I buy them all the time,  probably have 20 in stock

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Thankyou Paul

 

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