Interesting solution !
Did you remove the lower beam before
you bent the mast over?
On Mon, 23 Apr 2001 16:52:25 -0400 "Ed Wolf" <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Don't know how high the tower is, but.
> I had a similar problem a few years ago on my
> 50 foot tower. What we ended up doing was climbing
> the tower and tossing a "heavy" rope over the top
> antenna, and coaxing it into position around the
> mast. Then three of us pulled and pulled until
> the mast was pretty much folded over 180 degrees.
> Then we removed the antennas upside down and used
> a gin pole to remove the mast. Really was quite easy.
> Ed Wolf - ars:N3UE - NA40+TR.PA
> List Sponsor: ChampionRadio.com - Trylon self-supporting towers,
> safety equipment, rigging gear, LOOS tension guages & more!
> FAQ on WWW: http://www.contesting.com/FAQ/towertalk
> Submissions: email@example.com
> Administrative requests: towertalk-REQUEST@contesting.com
> Problems: firstname.lastname@example.org
GET INTERNET ACCESS FROM JUNO!
Juno offers FREE or PREMIUM Internet access for less!
Join Juno today! For your FREE software, visit:
List Sponsor: ChampionRadio.com - Trylon self-supporting towers,
safety equipment, rigging gear, LOOS tension guages & more!
FAQ on WWW: http://www.contesting.com/FAQ/towertalk
Administrative requests: towertalk-REQUEST@contesting.com