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Flagpole Pulleys & Replacement Parts

When it's time to replace the hardware on your in-ground flagpole’s halyard system, Gettysburg Flag Works carries a variety of high-quality, durable flagpole pulleys and replacement wheels, including Eyebolt Flagpole Pulleys, Vertical Mount Flagpole Pulleys, Fixed Eyelet Flagpole Pulleys and Swivel Eyelet Flagpole Pulleys.

Eyebolt & Flagpole Pulleys

Eyebolt pulleys are ideal for mounting to a flagpole or hollow structure, and can be used to replace a worn or damaged pulley, or to retrofit a flagpole with a halyard system. Choose from our Deluxe Eyebolt Pulley with stainless steel housing or the Standard Eyebolt Pulley with zinc housing.

Vertical Mount Flagpole Pulleys

Our Vertical Mount Flagpole Pulleys can easily be bolted, screwed or even banded to a flagpole, as well as buildings, telephone poles and other structures. Each vertical mount flagpole pulley is made in the USA of cast aluminum construction with a nylon wheel. Choose from a variety of finishes, including black, white, bronze and silver.

Eyelet Flagpole Pulleys

If you only need to replace the pulley and not the eyebolt or fastener, our eyelet flagpole pulleys are the perfect solution. Choose from the Swivel Eyelet Flagpole Pulley with a nickel-plated iron casing and brass allow wheel for halyards up to 5/16”, or the Aluminum Fixed Eyelet Flagpole Pulley for halyards up 3/8”.

Replacement Wheels for Flagpole Pulleys

Our Replacement Wheels for flagpole truck pulley assemblies are available in nylon or aluminum, and come in a variety of sizes to accommodate halyard (rope) diameters up to 3.75”.

When to Replace Your Flagpole Pulley & Halyard System

We recommend checking your flagpole pulley and halyard system throughout the year, and replacing them regularly, as worn parts can fail and cause damage to both your flag and the flagpole. If you need help locating or replacing a flagpole pulley or other in-ground flagpole parts, give our flag experts a call at 1-888-697-3524 or contact us online, and we’ll be happy to assist you.

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Flagpole Hardware

Welcome to our Flagpole Hardware page! From here you can find any individual flag pole part you may need to be replaced. You can evenput together your own flagpole hardware kit for your homemade flagpoles using top notch parts. We are happy to provide you, our customers, with all of these great quality parts for only the best competitive prices. If you need any help navigating to find what you need, please contact us via phone, Live Chat, or email. Our fully experienced flagpole staff are happy to help with any and all of your flagpole needs.

The hardware used on a flagpole matters just as much, if not more, than the appearance of the flag and flagpole itself. For this reason, Flagpoles Etc. is proud to offer all the flagpole hardware customers could ever need. With the convenience of shopping from your own computer screen, you can find flagpole hardware kits and flag pole mounting hardware as well as both commercial and residential replacement parts—all available at affordable discount prices over brick and mortar stores. Save yourself the money and time and get the best flagpole hardware from Flagpoles Etc. 

Here, you will be able to find any hardware you are looking for. We have Truck/Pulley unit's, Finials/Toppers, Flag Snaps & Covers, Halyards/Rope, Cleat's, Brackets, Mounts, Name Plaques, Counterweights, Winches, and much more. We will be continuing to add new products regularly, So Check Back Frequently!!!

Finding The Right Hardware For The Right Flag Pole

Please Pick Which Type Of Flagpole You Are Locating Hardware For

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Telescoping Flagpole Parts: Hardware for Sectional Flagpoles

Gettysburg Flag Works not only offers a variety of budget friendly telescoping and sectional poles, but also has a full range of replacement parts for any repairs that need to be made down the road.

A sectional flagpole is subject to having a section break during high winds, as it is not engineered to take the stress of large gusts. Telescoping poles work using graduated diameter tubes that lock into place with a push button setting when raised or lowered. Over the normal workload and lifespan of the pole, some of the joints in between the telescoping sections can wear away or crack, leading to pole malfunction.

Luckily, there is readily available replacement flagpole hardware available in the form of new cleats, tapered and un-tapered sections and even trucks or pulleys, depending on your need. For our telescoping flagpoles we offer various replacement rings, buttons and clips to fit whichever diameter you are replacing.

Choosing the correct part can be confusing for the residential user, so we urge our customers to contact one of our experts if in doubt. Our flagpole hardware experts will get the the part you need with minimal fuss so you can get your colors flying again. Just give us a call at 1-888-697-3524 or contact us online and we'll be happy to assist you!

Other Telescoping Flagpole Hardware Replacement Options

Tired of maintaining the different flagpole hardware on your sectional flag pole or telescoping flagpole? Consider upgrading to a single piece 20’ flagpole in satin aluminum or white fiberglass.

Gettysburg Flag Works is proud to offer a wide variety of single piece residential flagpole options from the top manufacturers in the USA. You can browse our wide selection of residential in-ground flagpoles here. Interested in learning more, or need help determining which flagpole is right for you? Give us a call at 1-888-697-3524 or contact us online and we'll put you in touch with one of our flagpole professionals.

Products Related to Sectional & Telescoping Flagpoles

Customers who purchased sectional flag pole parts or other flagpole hardware are often also interested in purchasing a new American flag for their pole. We have an amazing selection of flags, from Old Glory, to your state flag, to a custom made ensign. Browse our selection for more details about the wide variety of flags and banners we have to offer.

In search of other flag hardware that's compatible with your telescoping flagpole? Not seeing what you need here? Check out our full selection of flagpole hardware here.

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SunSetter Telescoping Flagpole Replacement Parts, All Styles

Keep your SunSetter JIL Telescoping flagpole up to date with genuine replacement parts for your 16' or 20' pole.   Replacement Parts come with instruction sheet.

If your flagpole is not working correctly, instead of buying a new one, look at replacing the troublesome parts listed below.

If your United States flag seems a bit worn or tattered, add one into your cart from the drop down menu below.  When you look for places to buy American flags or flagpole parts, Flagpro has the best selection and you can rest assured that all of our outdoor American flags for sale are made in the U.S.A. 

Part DescriptionFor Pole Size
Top Cap FP011-116' & 20'
Top Swivel Harness FP010-116' & 20'
Middle Swivel Harness FP012-116' & 20'
Bottom Swivel Harness FP013-116' & 20'
Tube #2 Bushing FP022-116' & 20'
Tube #3 Bushing FP021-116' & 20'
Tube #4 Bushing FP023-120'
Tube #1 Button FP018-116' & 20'
Tube #2 Button FP019-116' & 20'
Tube #3 Button FP020-116' & 20'
Tube #1 Bottom Cap FP017-116' & 20'
Tube #2 Bottom Cap FP014-116 & 20'
Tube #3 Bottom Cap FP015-120'
Tube #4 Bottom Cap FP016-120'
Spring Clip16' & 20'
3" Gold Ball16' & 20'
3' X 5' United States Flag16' & 20'

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Item Number: SunSetter-Telescoping-Parts
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The Complete List of Flagpole Replacement Parts

62% of Americans display their country’s flag. Are you ready to become one of them? If so, you’ll want to know what kind of maintenance your flagpole will need. Thankfully, telescoping flagpoles are easier to install and have fewer flagpole replacement parts than traditional flagpoles. In this article, we’ll explain the components of telescoping flagpoles and the replacement parts you’ll need.

Keep reading to learn what you’re responsible for when you fly the flag and how you can live up to that challenge.


The flag is the most important part of your flagpole system. Flying a flag that is damaged, tattered, or worn through is the most disrespectful mistake that a flag flyer can make. 

Weather, sun fading, and natural wear-and-tear can damage your flag. Make sure you inspect your flag regularly and replace it as soon as it starts to look derelict. Choose an all-weather flag to keep Old Glory looking pristine for as long as possible.

Telescoping Flagpole Replacement Parts

Telescoping flagpoles consist of multiple interlocking sections that fit inside one another like sections of a telescope. Each section extends out and locks in place to achieve full height.

Good quality telescoping flagpoles are made of thick high-strength aluminum, which means they’re strong and rust-resistant. In fact, telescoping poles are more stable than traditional ones when it comes to standing up to high winds.

However, if any parts of your telescoping flagpole stop working, you could be unable to raise and lower your flag. 

Each extension section of the flagpole is secured in place with a locking mechanism. If the locks break, your flagpole may collapse back in on itself. On the other hand, grit or corrosion inside the telescoping sections can cause your flagpole to get stuck in the extended position. 

When wear and tear make your flagpole difficult to raise and lower, it’s time to order the necessary flagpole replacement parts or get a new flagpole kit. Luckily, the Titan Telescoping Flagpole makes repairs or replacements easy!

Ground Sleeve

Your Titan Telescoping Flagpole is inserted to the ground inside a strong plastic case. This anchors the flagpole in place so that it doesn’t tilt or lean under its weight. The ground sleeve also protects the flagpole from corrosion due to underground moisture.

The ground sleeve also uses anchoring hardware to secure the flagpole in place, such as a sleeve clamp to keep the pole secure. 

These pieces are crucial to keeping your flag flying, so if they show any signs of damage, repair or replace them right away.

Side Mount

You don’t have to anchor your telescoping flagpole into the ground. A side mount allows you attach it to the side of a building, bout deck, or other strong vertical location. 

Aluminum side mounts are rust-resistant so they don’t need to be replaced often.

However, keep an eye on the hardware that you use to attach the mount since it bears the weight of the flagpole. Loose screws could eventually lead to your flagpole falling, which is the last thing that a respectful flag flyer wants.

Swivel Ring Clips

One of the advantages of a Titan Telescoping Flagpole is that the flag doesn’t get wrapped around the pole. 

This advantage comes with the telescoping flagpole’s unique hardware system. Swivel ring clips fit around the top of the flagpole and attach to the flag.

The ring clips can swivel in any direction so that the flag always blows with the wind. Because the flag isn’t pinned to one side of the pole, it doesn’t get tangled around the pole when the wind changes direction.

If your swivel ring clips stop working, your flag will get stuck flying in one direction, which can cause it to get wrapped around the flagpole. If this happens, replacing these clips are easy! All parts needed are available on the Flagpole Farm Website.

Flag Pole Toppers

Have you ever wondered “what is on the top of a flagpole on a military base?” Also known as a finial, a flag pole topper is a decorative ornament that sits on the tip of the flagpole. Flag pole toppers are most common on military poles but are appropriate for personal use as well. 

There are no official flag pole topper rules, but they are usually tasteful patriotic decorations. The most common are a star (in the Navy), gold ball, acorn, lance, spear, and eagle figurine. 

A damaged flag pole topper may not compromise your flagpole’s functioning, but it looks untidy. Replace it as soon as possible to keep your flag flying with respect.

When Should I Replace Flagpole Parts?

If you haven’t brushed up on your flag flying etiquette lately, remember that as the flag owner, it’s up to you to make sure that the flag is never disrespected. That means never allowing it to fall to the ground or fly when it looks tattered.

While there may not be a strict code of flagpole etiquette, keep in mind that problems with the flagpole will affect the flag. Prevent any accidental disrespect by keeping your flagpole in good working order. 

Broken flagpole parts could cause problems like:

  • Letting the flag fall to the ground
  • Making it difficult to take the flag down at night, in rough weather conditions, or on half-staff days
  • Letting the flag get rusty
  • Visibly broken or rusty flagpole parts causing the flag display to look derelict

If broken flagpole parts are keeping you from showing the proper respect to the Stars and Stripes, it’s time for them to be replaced.

Find the Flagpole Replacement Parts You Need

Flying the American flag is a sign of pride in your country, but it’s also a serious responsibility. Keeping your flag flying with respect means taking care of your flagpole system. 

With this article, you’ll be able to take care of your telescoping flagpole for years to come to keep Old Glory flying with honor.

Are you ready to rise to the challenge of flying the flag? Flagpole Farm supplies you with the beautifully crafted flagpoles, accessories, and warranty replacement parts you need to become a proud and stress free flag-flying citizen. Check out their stock today. 


*Blog Disclaimer: Flagpole Farm and Titan Telescoping Flagpoles are businesses solely focused on the production and sale of flagpoles and similar accessories. This blog is not to be used as a factual reference, rather as an opinion-based forum in which the information within is not official statements made on behalf of or by Flagpole Farm or Titan Telescoping Flagpoles. Information provided on this blog is accurate and true to the best of the writers’ knowledge, however, there may be omissions, errors, or mistakes. The writers of these blogs are not professionals in the Flagpole industry and the information included within this blog should not be viewed as written by such. At any point, Flagpole Farm reserves the right to change the focus and/or content of this blog.

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