Standard guy strand is a left hand lay. The way you tell left hand from
right hand lay is to look at the end - any end - and if the wire on top
that is going away from you goes around to the left and down to the
bottom, then you have left had lay. If it goes to the right then it is
right hand lay.
The guy grips can be checked the same way - look at the end. You ALWAYS
put left hand lay grips on left hand lay cable - never mix as it will
just untwist under load.
Now for pricing:
My current catalog for PLP has the following for LEFT HAND LAY BIG
7 wire 3/16" EHS uses catalog number BG-2142 $2.67 each in Carton of 100
- Code color Red
7 wire 1/4" EHS uses catalog number BG-2144 $3.28 each in Carton of 50
- Code color is Yellow
7 wire 5/16" EHS uses catalog number BG-2146 $4.07 each in Carton of 50
- Code color is Black
7 wire 3/8" EHS uses catalog number BG-2147 $5.58 each in Carton of 25
- Code color is Orange
End sleeve pricing - I always call them thimbles, and I highly recommend
3/16" EHS uses catalog number GC-65303 price each $0.95
1/4" EHS uses catalog number GC-65136 price each $1.11
5/16" EHS uses catalog number GC-65128 price each $1.13
3/8" EHS uses catalog number GC-65264 price each $1.16
No carton quanties listed
Now the bad news - less than full carton charge is $15 per size.
Minimum order is $125 plus shipping.
Standard disclaimer - I have no financial interest etc...
de n0yvy steve
Todd and Pam Dravland wrote:
> Yes, I was not clear on that. I am using 3/16 and 1/4 inch EHS, and it is
> the standard EHS that would come with the Rohn 25 or 45 guying system, now
> I'm not sure on the left or right hand twist, to be honest these towers are
> not at my location. If you need to verify the twist, I will have to get back
> to you on that. Thanks and 73
> todd, WD0T
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Steve Sawyers n0yvy [SMTP:email@example.com]
> Sent: Monday, April 21, 1997 9:50 PM
> To: Todd and Pam Dravland
> Subject: Re: [TowerTalk] PLP grips
> Todd and Pam Dravland wrote:
> > I am looking to buy 3/16" and 1/4" grips, and wondering if someone has a
> > supplier, part numbers, and costs for the PLP grips??
> > Thanks and 73
> > todd, WD0T
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> I have teh catalog at work and will bring home tomorrow.
> The $64 dollar question is "What are you wrapping the grips on?"
> What type of cable and what twist right hand or left hand?
> De n0yvy steve
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