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S & K Ground Sleeve, Fits Tri-Tel Pole

The average rating for this product is 5 out of 5 stars
1 review
This ground sleeve provides stability and also allows you to remove or relocate your pole easily and protects the poles base. This ground sleeve measures 2.25" (L) x 2.375 (W) x 17" (H).
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Product Overview
Specifications
  • S & K
  • Part number: GS3
  • Ground sleeve
  • Fits 104930 Purple Martin House Telescoping 15 Ft. Pole
  • Length: 2.25"
  • Width: 2.375"
  • Height: 17"
  • Material: durable plastic
Featured Review
This shopper rated the product 5 out of 5 stars
I installed one of these myself!

I used a red-tile chimney flue section that was about 16 inches tall with an 8-inch opening for my buried base.. I dug the hole so the plastic sleeve would fit flush to the flue tile and set the entire base about 1 inch below the surface of the ground (to avoid the lawn mower blades). I bought a sack of concrete with gravel for about $6 and used it to fill the hole with the sleeve in place and filled the inside of the tile. I put a Walmart sack in the bottom of the sleeve so it would not allow wet concrete inside of it and also put three Walmart sacks inside of my tri-pole to keep the wet concrete out of it while the mix was setting up. I slipped the tri-pole into the sleeve, used a level to ensure the pole was straight at all three sides and then watered the concrete mix. When it had set up, I noticed there was just a slight lean and I used a plastic toilet shim to set it straight on one of those three sides It made a nice tight fit. The pole is straight, the cost was minimal and I can easily remove the birdhouse with the pole for cleaning or maintenance. — Brett from TN

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The average rating for this product is 5 out of 5 stars
Overall Rating: 5.0/5.0
Customer Reviews
February 20, 2022
I installed one of these myself!
This shopper rated the product 5 out of 5 stars

I used a red-tile chimney flue section that was about 16 inches tall with an 8-inch opening for my buried base.. I dug the hole so the plastic sleeve would fit flush to the flue tile and set the entire base about 1 inch below the surface of the ground (to avoid the lawn mower blades). I bought a sack of concrete with gravel for about $6 and used it to fill the hole with the sleeve in place and filled the inside of the tile. I put a Walmart sack in the bottom of the sleeve so it would not allow wet concrete inside of it and also put three Walmart sacks inside of my tri-pole to keep the wet concrete out of it while the mix was setting up. I slipped the tri-pole into the sleeve, used a level to ensure the pole was straight at all three sides and then watered the concrete mix. When it had set up, I noticed there was just a slight lean and I used a plastic toilet shim to set it straight on one of those three sides It made a nice tight fit. The pole is straight, the cost was minimal and I can easily remove the birdhouse with the pole for cleaning or maintenance.

Brett from TN