> > Rohn catalogs are a wealth of information and I would not part
> > with my 1976 printing.
> Yes, ANY Rohn catalog contains lots of important and relevant
> tower-related information.
> I would however, retire your 1976 printing and get the latest one. The
> reason is that the TIA-222 has had several revisions since then with
> subsequent revisions to drawings, parts and specifications. Many of the
> existing drawings were revised in the 80's and you would benefit from the
> current information.
But don't throw out your '76 version. There is some information still
of value that was in the '76 that isn't in later ones.
It is also interesting to compare some of the specs and note those
that have changed over the years.
73, Rod N4SI
The DXer formerly known as N9AKE
(c) 5 November, 1996
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