New launch Pads (advertisment)

I don't post this stuff very often, hop you all don't mind. I bought one
of thhease myself. The daen pad is just about bullet proof..
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Excel Industrial Service has come out with two new Tri-Pod Launch Pad
Designs. The Standard Size Pad will easily handle up to a 150 + pound
rocket. It has three foldable legs made of 1 ½? tube steel that create a
6? foot print. The Pad stands 23 ¼? to the blast plate. The Blast Pate
is ¼? thick and measures 12? X 15 ¾?. The lower profile allows for ease
of arming electronics. The ½? heavy duty turn buckle maintains a
positive position for azimuth adjustment. The Pad Head tilts back 90
degrees to allow for easy rocket placement on the user supplied rail. A
1? solid steel rail adapter does come as part of the package. The entire
unit folds up to 49 ½? X 18 ½? for easy transportation or storage. This
is a no nonsense heavy duty unit that weighs in at about 75 pounds. The
price for the Standard Size Pad is $325.00, plus shipping
The Large Size Pad will easily handle up to a 400 pound rocket. It has
three foldable legs made of 2? X 3? tube steel that creates over a 9?
foot print. The Pad stands about 32? to the blast plate. The Blast Plate
is ¼? thick and measures 18? X 24?. The ½? heavy duty turn buckle
maintains a positive position for azimuth adjustment. The Pad Head tilts
back 90 degrees to allow for easy rocket placement on the user supplied
rail. A 1 1/4? solid steel rail adapter does come as part of the
package. This unit will accept 1 ½? ?Extreme? Style Rails or 1 5/8?
Uni-Strut up to 20? tall. Like the Standard Size Pad the Large Size Pad
folds up for easy transportation or storage. This is a no nonsense
super heavy duty unit that weighs in at about 150 pounds. The price for
the Large Size Pad is $425.00, plus shipping
Contact Ron Follweiler at 484-645-3968 (Call up to10:00 P.M. East
Coast Time) or check out
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