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I have 2 rolls of the savage 107 in x 12 yards on it and it holds fine. I just got some toggle bolts to make sure it was very secure. No problems so far.
By patrickblaine on March 6, 2014
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Hello such! in my management background study of 3 meters wide, work great. Greetings.
By Jesus Arvizu on July 18, 2013
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My brackets are on the wall so they stick out 8.5 inches
By B. Scottberg on April 18, 2015
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The chains are plastic but should be fine for 9' I have 10 foot by 2" metal pipe between mine. Then i roll the seamless around the pipe. It stops the paper from sagging. Been using this setup everyday for a year with zero problems.
By Leonard Purdie on July 13, 2015
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I too came across this scenario....I called the manufacturer and talked to their rep...they didnt help much...Basically those are for your wall if your wall can support the weight of the whole system (I think they assumed my wall is made plywood or something similar) ...My wall is sheetrock so these screws are no good.… see more I too came across this scenario....I called the manufacturer and talked to their rep...they didnt help much...Basically those are for your wall if your wall can support the weight of the whole system (I think they assumed my wall is made plywood or something similar) ...My wall is sheetrock so these screws are no good...I used long wood screws (3" i think) to mount onto my ceiling's studs in my bonus room. Hope this helps see less
By dkmore on November 4, 2014
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You can install the two pieces any distance apart from each other. For example, I have mine at around 8" closer than the standard 107" paper roll and I cut it before it goes on them. Nothing can prevent you from having them wider for wider rolls. Just make sure the roll is strong enough to not sag with time.
By DOBRIN on December 10, 2014
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As it comes with a cardboard core. I hang the Savage paper directly onto the rollers with no other poles.
By Joseph Perna on May 18, 2015
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Absolutely YES ... this thing, although slightly cheap (it's from China, duh) is quite well engineered and appears that it will serve you well for quite a while. The pull "chains" are the weakest point in the system. They are snap-together plastic and I think that will be the first thing to fail. Otherwise it is a v… see more Absolutely YES ... this thing, although slightly cheap (it's from China, duh) is quite well engineered and appears that it will serve you well for quite a while. The pull "chains" are the weakest point in the system. They are snap-together plastic and I think that will be the first thing to fail. Otherwise it is a very decent product. The way the sleeves expand to hold the roll of paper is simple and functional ... all good stuff! see less
By dbcopper on September 22, 2014
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I would not go with PVC. It's too flexible. I would use cored paper roll or get a [[ASIN:B001G8S6XI Manfrotto Aluminum Core for Uncored Paper]]. This is the 9ft model but there are shorter and longer ones. They break down into shorter pieces for transport and while more expensive than PVC they are perfectly designed fo… see more I would not go with PVC. It's too flexible. I would use cored paper roll or get a [[ASIN:B001G8S6XI Manfrotto Aluminum Core for Uncored Paper]]. This is the 9ft model but there are shorter and longer ones. They break down into shorter pieces for transport and while more expensive than PVC they are perfectly designed for the job.
If you want to stick with PVC plan on an inside diameter of 2", but make sure the outside diameter will fit through your coreless paper roll or you'll need to re-roll the paper onto the PVC.
Hope my understanding of what you are trying to accomplish was accurate and the suggestions helpful. see less

By Stephanie Sullivan on October 15, 2014