Jan, I would forget about installing a new base bolt. I would take the
tower base to a welding shop and have them weld a plate over the top(if
the tower will not hit it) of the new T and drill a new hole in the right
place. They could even fill the existing hole with weld by placing a
copper bar on the bottom side and just fill it in with weld and then
drill the hole in the right place (the weld will not stick to the
copper). If your base bolt extends out far enough you could run a nut
down on all three of them and install the base plate. That way it would
not have a place to trap water if you do not get the base plate
galvanized after the welding. I think either of these would be better
then epoxy! You have a BIG lever there!
73, Bill KB3AUG
On Sun, 21 Mar 1999 19:58:38 EST Jepilot@aol.com writes:
>Problem: How to install a stud bolt in an existing concrete base.
>However the problem arises because one of the mounting holes in the
>frame does not match up with the stud bolt in the concrete base. The
>each end of the top of the T match perfectly but the hole for the bolt
>bottom of the T is not even close. So we propse to install a new bolt
>existing concrete base.
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