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Old 04-03-2012, 08:37 AM   #1
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I'm tryin to create a red carpet event for prom using pvc pipe how can i make a crowd control with this material or what do u suggest

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What, exactly, is your goal? An aisle way? If so, pipe, T's, and flanges; run rope through T's. Put something on the flanges for weight; lots of it, like sand bags.

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Why not just rent the stanchons and ropes.
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What gregzoll said. Making such a thing out of pvc would be pretty expensive, and it would be useless after the prom. Not to mention, would not look very classy.
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