|From Copeland Christmas Blog|
The blue top is a cap that you use to cover the sleeve when the pole is not in use. After the sleeve was immersed in quikrete, we tamped the quikrete to get out air bubbles, then we put the pole in the sleeve and kept adjusting it until is was level. It took about 5 minutes to get it perfect. Then, we took out the pole, inserted the blue cap, and it was done. The quikrete will take 24 hours to cure.
We orderd the sunsetter flagpole from ebay. It was $125 + $15. This was a steal! I extensively researched prices all over the country as well as our town and the neighboring towns. By the way, you know how Ford and Mercury are the same car but have different names...well, Sunsetter and Topflight flagpoles are the same also.