There is one alternative that is new.
A self supporting rotating pole we now manufacture.
> In a message dated 4/11/01 7:57:33 AM Pacific Daylight Time,
> firstname.lastname@example.org writes:
> > I am looking for suggestions on who builds a good 120 self supporting tower,
> > other than Rohn that is. If you have any ideas please e-mail me directly at
> > email@example.com .
> Well, there are lots of manufacturers but if you're trying to get a tower
> for less, you'll only be semi-successful since all the towers will be
> designed similarly and use approximately the same amount of steel so the
> prices will be pretty similar.
> Virtually all towers of this magnitude will be engineered by the
> manufacturer to the
> TIA-222 standards and designed to your specs. Smaller towers like the Trylon
> Titan are off-the-shelf towers and it's up to the buyer to make all the
> determinations for the application. In general once you get over 100', towers
> get more complicated and expensive.
> And as always, what's your county windspeed rating and proposed antenna
> Cheers, Steve K7LXC
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