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Model 96040

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Prova PA4 79 in. x 1-1/2 in. Aluminum Hand Rail

$47.20 /each

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The Prova railing system is a component based, easy to install, interior and exterior railing system. The system offers up to 18 different configurations. After choosing a post you should now choose a hand rail - this is a 1-1/2 in. Dia aluminum hand rail. It comes in 79 in. lengths and can be joined together for longer runs.

  • 1-1/2 in. Dia aluminum hand rail in 79 in. length
  • Extruded aluminum with a slot-mount system
  • Can be used with the post system or with wall mount brackets - sold separate
  • Recommended for exterior or interior use
  • Elbows can be used to make turns - sold separate
  • End caps used to finish exposed ends - sold separate
  • Connectors to join hand rail together to create longer runs - sold separate
  • Care free maintenance
  • All other accessories and options are sold separately
  • Easy assembly no special skills required, basic hand tools
  • Homeowner is responsible to verify code compliance

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Would this be strong enough to use for gymnastic bar five feet across

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I doubt it will work, as the bars for gymnastics have flex to them. i believe they are constructed with a fiberglass material instead. this may be strong enough but without the flex or same style grip it would be hard on the wrists. Im assuming you are talking about the uneven bars...
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February 9, 2016
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The intention is as a handrail. I do not what requirements would be necessary for your use
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Is this rail available in other lengths? I have 160" run.

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June 20, 2016
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yes you need to use a connector piece 96080 to join multiple pieces together
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"Connectors to join hand rail together to create longer runs - sold separate" Where?

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"Connectors to join hand rail together to create longer runs - sold separate" Where?
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June 16, 2016
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part number 96080 will join two pieces together
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Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Nice handrail I used this to add a handrail going down to the basement. The handrail is very sturdy with a nice finish. It can be cut with a metal blade in your saw. I think a hacksaw might also work, but it would probably take a while. After cutting, you will probably need to smooth the cut edge with a file. The length is perfect for half a run of stairs. I installed this 36" from the top of the front of the stairs. October 18, 2015
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