On Tue, 15 Apr 1997 10:10:18 -0500, you wrote:
>Are you seriously saying that someone needs a crane to take down
>I realize that there is ample room for differing opinions about how to
>proceed with tower work, but the thread I keep hearing that says:
>  get a crane
>  get a PE
>  get a lawyer
>is a bit simple minded, don't you think? Its not corporate America (or
>Germany, or Brazil) that is putting up ham radio antennas -- its hams.
>Re: the Rohn 25 situation -- I would expect more practical advice on
>here, like (a) how to tell if its worth salvaging, (b) how to get stuck
>sections apart, etc.
> -- Pat
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Actually I think alot of the information that was dispensed was VERY
helpful. I have 'recovered' several used towers and there are
definite concerns over and above the 'is it worth it, and how to get
sections apart' issues.
It's unfortunate that we have to be as concerned as we are with
liability, but we must. Personally I would'nt even consider somthing
in the described situation for the following:
1. Who assumes responsibility if the tower falls causing damage
2. Add your favorite here....but I'd stop after #1
I've got 500' Plus feet of 25G on the ground now.....and looking for
more, but only if its worth it.
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