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From: (Scott Bullock)
Date: Wed, 16 Jun 1999 15:20:23 -0400
umm, dumb question, but why does it need to be removable? Bolt the plywood up 
and use a stepladder? Thats what we do on commercial stuff. Sometimes we need 
an extension ladder, but it's alot easier than unbolting stuff.



At 11:27 AM 6/16/99 -0400, you wrote:


>I'm in the middle of this anti-climb design problem, too. Also for

>Rohn 25. I'd like to hear about more advanced designs - with

>hinges that allow the panels to fold away from the tower. I

>climb rather frequently and would like to have a solution that

>doesn't need to to be lifted off and removed every time. It's

>also more likely to be put back in place if it's really easy to



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