Customizable Cross Cut Saw Sign

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  • Regular price $175.00


This large personalizable crosscut saw blade would make a great center piece on any wall. It features 3 cowboys camping over a fire in the mountains, and can have any text you'd like cut into the saw blade!

Would you like to mount this on your railing, corner post, or gate to your property somewhere outside? Click the Contact Us tab and we can create a custom order where we incorporate a welded piece of angle iron on the back you can use to mount just about anywhere. Although these do come at an increased cost due to extra time and materials included.

 

Specifications-

Dimensions - 48" X 21"  

Material: 12 gauge steel

Character limit -

While there is no character limit on this piece, please understand the longer your text is, the smaller it will have to be to fit onto the saw-blade.

Note- The text on this is case sensitive so be sure you enter it exactly how you want it to appear on your finished product.

Finish-

Finished using a high-quality, indoor/outdoor rust-preventative paint and automotive style clear coat. These signs receive two coats of PPG DELTRON DC3000 Automotive clear-coat (Front and Back). That gives you a maintenance-free color coat that compares to the finest automotive finish. By most standards, that is a 15-20 yr. life, even outdoors.

How to Hang Sign-

These will not come with holes or hooks for mounting due to the nature of the design. Using some of the natural hooks and notches in the design, they can be attached with small nails or screws.

If you require mounting accommodations for outdoor displays click the Contact Us tab and we can create a custom order where we incorporate a welded piece of angle iron on the back you can use to mount just about anywhere.Although these do come at an increased cost due to extra time and materials included.

Please note that we do not include the mounting hardware.

 

Shipping Time-

  Please allow 5-7 days for manufacturing and finishing of your items.

All items will be shipped in a custom cardboard box and the piece encased in news print and bubble wrap to maximize protection.