This is a very good way to do it most cases. I have a 115 foot tower that is
composed of 77 feet of one kind of tower (Rohn JJ) and 38 feet of a smaller
(Rohn 25). The splice between types is at the 77 foot level and it will not
a mast to pass by it inside the tower so I was stuck with going over the top
18 1/2 foot mast in this case.
David Robbins wrote:
> Stan or Patricia Griffiths wrote:
> > Say you are raising a 200 pound mast up to the top of a 100
> > foot tower.
> the easiest way to raise a 200# mast to the top of a tower is to put it inside
> the tower when you stand up the first couple sections. then you can lift it
> inside the tower with any simple arrangement of pulleys hooked to the tower.
> you also avoid that awkward moment when you have the mast off at an angle at
> very top of the gin pole trying to get it in the hole straight enough to slide
> David Robbins K1TTT
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