> In a message dated 97-09-09 01:04:19 EDT, firstname.lastname@example.org writes:
> > I have 50 feet of un-guyed Rohn 25G with a house bracket at 20 feet from
> > ground. Can anyone please tell me what the Rohn specificatons call out for
> > maximum wind loading under those conditions. Thanks.
> Actually, about zero. Rohn specs only allow about 15 feet or so above the
> top housebracket (two are specified).
> For a 50 foot tower of 25G with the top bracket at 36 feet (leaving 14
> feet of naked tower), the 70 MPH wind load capacity is 14.6 sq.ft. The bottom
> housebracket is at 18 feet.
> More detailed information is contained in the Rohn pamphlet,
> "Manufacturer's Technical Information for Bracketed or Self Supporting
> Towers". It's available free from TOWER TECH. SASE to Box 572, Woodinville,
> WA, 98072.
> 73, Steve K7LXC
> TOWER TECH -- professional tower supplies for amateurs and Rohn dealer
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Steve who do I contact to check on the status on the Force 12 antenna?
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