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Subject: [TowerTalk] Mosley Pro 95
From: Michael Tope" < (Michael Tope)
Date: Mon, 26 Mar 2001 10:00:17 -0800
Hi Stephanie,

I am not sure of the boom length or wind surface area of the Pro95,
but it sounds like its comparable to other big tribanders like the Hy-Gain
TH7 or KLM KT34XA. If this is the case, then you shouldn't have any
problem supporting it with Rohn 25 provided that the guying and 
bracketing are done properly. If you don't already have one, I would
suggest picking up a copy of Rohn tower catalog. This has all the 
Rohn specifications for maximum bending moment and recommended
guying configurations. Dave Leeson's book  - "Physical Design of Yagi 
Antennas" published by ARRL is also a good reference with lots of 
information on doing wind loading calculations. If you don't have 
information on the wind load of the Pro95, you might want to contact
Mosley as this information will be useful when doing the design 
calculations for your installation. 

Good luck,

Mike, W4EF..............

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Stephanie WX3K" <>
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Sent: Sunday, March 25, 2001 8:28 PM
Subject: [TowerTalk] Mosley Pro 95 

> I acquired a Mosley Pro 95 beam......9 elements...20 through 10.....a
> monster compared to my TH3JR
> I presently have a 60 foot Rohn 25G guyed top and middle and bracked to the
> house. Is it possible to overguy this tower and use an extra house bracket
> to be able to accomodate the Mosley ???
> Stephanie R. Koles WX3K
> Mt. Holly Skywarn Technical Committee Vice Chair
> Skywarn Coordinator for Somerset County, NJ
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