Barry Kutner wrote:
> On 5 May 97, k3lr <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > I also think that putting the top set of guys at the tower
> > top is the best place. It does make yagi installs a bit
> > more of an effort, but it hasn't been a problem here.
> Makes sense to me too, but that's not the way Rohn specifies it.
> Anyone know why?
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Rohn literature presents only one of many possible tower guying
installations. I hesitate to speak for them, but they appear to want to
present a typical tower for suppport of a business sized antenna on top.
This is where the market is. They do offer engineering services for
specific special loading situations.
Most amateur installations would fall into the "special loading
I think of a tower section as a building block or 2x4 that I can use to
build whatever I need. Their detailed section drawings give me the
structural strength info (except torsional strength) that I need to do
the rest of the design.
de n0yvy steve
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