I had the Wilson 45 foot tubular and the instructions allowed for
tilting the tower over with the antenna. I built a 12 foot saw horse
so that the tower had a secure place to rest while I worked on the
the antenna (a Wilson SY 36 at the time). Of course the tower needs
to be fully nested when tilting.
> From: "Effinger SH (Sam) at MSXSOPC" <SE060676@MSXSOPC.shell.com>
> To: "'email@example.com'" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Subject: [TowerTalk] Wilson Tower
> Date: Mon, 27 Apr 1998 14:17:39 -0500
> A friend of mine has a tubular wilson crank over 60 foot tower that has to
> come down ??
> it has the crank over erection fixture with it ...
> Question is ....with a TH6dxx antenna on it can i crank the thing over and
> remove the antenna or do i have to remove the antenna first and then crank
> it over ???
> we have no manuals...
> Sam K9SD
> Sam Effinger
> SIET- Utilities
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