Stan Griffiths wrote:
> A couple of recent posts caused me to have an aweful nightmare. I
> envisioned myself halfway up a tower with a Hazer on it at the top. Rotator
> failure prevented rotating the beam so the Hazer could be lowered.
> Suddenly, the Hazer cable lets go . . .
> So far, I haven't heard of this happening, but the thought of it is enough
> to keep me off a tower with a Hazer on it that is cranked up.
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This seems like a point well worth taking.I wonder if this has ever
happened? It might be a lot safer to tilt the tower over from the base.
Has anyone asked Glen Martin about this?
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