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  1. Cowcatcher

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    OSU flagpole for the ranch owners. Folded some 10ga sheet metal for the brim and the crown is made out of a worn out cutter head off of a krone disc mower.
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    Birds gonna love that hat.
     
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    Did you install lights inside the bottom of the crown?
     
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    Lol! No sir.
     
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    With no lights, the flag will need to be taken down every evening and put up again in the morning.
     
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    I will pass on the message. I'm only the welder/pole planter guy.
     
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    Well, it won't be my ass getting whipped so I'm all good. :sunbath:
     
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    Nice work! There are several companies out there that sell solar powered flag pole lighting that can be mounted under the hat or under the flag that will override the requirement that it be taken down after dark. If electric is available, there are spike-in-the-ground or pole mounted lights that will do the same.
     
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    Home Depot sells one that is a solar powered single LED. The light is about 1.5" in diameter and about 4" long and the solar panel is about 2.5" by 4.5", it comes with mounting brackets, costs about $30. I have one on my flag pole. It has worked great for almost a year now.
     
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    Well, nowadays they may use the cattle prods more than whips of any kind.
     
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