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72%26quot;L Indoor/Outdoor Traverse Rod
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72"L Indoor/Outdoor Traverse Rod
Aluminum construction is lightweight and easy to mount. 72"L rod and 144"L rod both include a pair of ribbed ball finials and mounting hardware. Add the optional Clip Rings, and the carriers traverse the entire length of the rod unimpeded.
72"L Indoor/Outdoor Traverse Rod
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2.5 (based on customer reviews)

By Siobhan
Curtain rods
Comments about Product:
Product needs to come with recommended weight criteria. It will really only hold a pound of material before its feels precarious. Also, it doesn't extend from 36" to 72" it is EITHER 36 or 72 inches.
By Picky Buyer in Spokane
Not So Adjustable
Comments about Product:
Good for outdoor use BUT not easily adjustable in length as noted. I say this because: 1) parts list instructions. 2) changing size requires hacksaw and absolutely correct 90 degree cut or the rod is not rigid. 3) those without proper tools and know how who need to change length of rod will be lost. NOT adjustable without tools and know how.
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