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[TowerTalk] Tower ID help

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Subject: [TowerTalk] Tower ID help
From: (Greg Becker)
Date: Sun, 20 Jul 1997 09:50:29 +0000
No replies from the first post, so let's try again...

This galvanized steel triangular tower is in 10 foot long sections. It
is composed of three 1 1/4" diameter legs, 18" on each face, connected
by horizontal braces with no diagonal struts. The braces are in a
"U-channel" configuration, the open end of the "U" facing in. The U is 1
5/8" on the main flat, and 7/8" on each of the "legs". At the lower end
of each leg is an enlarged portion, sized to slip over the leg below it.
Two bolt holes in each end of each leg for thru-and-thru bolting of

I have access to 9 sections, on the ground, properly stored.
What is it? Ratings? What's it worth?  Help????

Thanks & 73,

Greg Becker   NA2N
IFAM - Ideas For American Manufacturers, Inc.
Rondout #343 F&AM  Hendrick Hudson #875 F&AM

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