Flex Change Condensed style 8 inch letters is narrower than block letter styles so more letters will fit on the sign. Flex Change Letters is the most popular of all flexible plastic letters. The pre-packaged sets comes with the optimial assortment of letters to spell out any message.
Printed on thin flexible plastic, flex letters are sometimes compared to the thickness as a credit card and will bend from top to bottom without breaking. They are bent or flexed by hand and slip into the grooves of the Flex Letter Track (also called Texas Track).
Flex Change is the original flexible plastic letter for portable signs and is commonly also used on many ground level signs, monument signs and church signs.
Picture of Flex Letter Track used with flexible plastic letters
14 ea. - A E N R S
10 ea. - I T
9 ea. - O
8 ea. - L (red) 5 0-zero
6 ea. - B C D F G H M P U W (red) 6 9
5 ea. - Y % . -
4 ea. - J K Q V X Z / , ! (red) 1 2 3 4 7 8 $ . ? cent
2 ea. - & # " ?
Its important to check you letter size. Make sure you get the right size letter to fit your signs measure your existing letters. If you don't have the original letters cut a piece of cardboard 8 7/8 or 9" high to test if this size fits.
These letters are NOT to be used signs with the letters enclosed behind a wind or vandal cover.
Portable Sign Letters are thin, flexible and will bend from end to end. These will NOT replace the thicker "RIGID" type marquee letter
These are not replacement letters for Rigid letters, Gemini Pronto or Zip letters. Rigid type flat letters use a different type of track called "Push up drop down track". If your not sure the type of track or letter your sign uses visit our letter buying guide.
Flex Change flexible plastic letters cannot be used with a changing letter pole to place the letters on overhead signs.They are to flexible to hold suction.
Most overhead signs requiring a letter changing pole to change letters use the stiffer Rigid Marquee Letters, Gemini Pronto Letters or Zip Change Letters