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Variable Message Sign: Tubular Frame


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Download Variable Message Sign Drawings SD 9.50 (1 through 5)
SD 9.50 All

Download SD 9.51 and SD 9.50 Drawings (1 through 5)
SD 9.51 All
SD 9.50-1
Variable Message Sign
Tubular Frame
Plan and Elevation (1 of 5)

SD 9.50-1 SD 9.50-1
SD 9.50-2
Variable Message Sign
Tubular Frame
Mounting Details (2 of 5)

SD 9.50-2 SD 9.50-2
SD 9.50-3
Variable Message Sign
Tubular Frame Mounting and
Sign Bracket Details (3 of 5)

SD 9.50-3 SD 9.50-3
SD 9.50-4
Variable Message Sign
Catwalk
Handrail Details (4 of 5)

SD 9.50-4 SD 9.50-4
SD 9.50-5
Variable Message Sign
Catwalk
Miscellaneous Details (5 of 5)

SD 9.50-5 SD 9.50-5
SD 9.51
Dual Variable Message Sign
Tubular Frame

SD 9.51* SD 9.51*

When SD 9.50 is incorporated into the project plan set, it must be accompanied by SD 9.20 sheets 1 through 5.

*When SD 9.51 is incorporated into the project plan set, it must be accompanied with SD 9.50 sheets 1 through 5.

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