On 6/20/01 10:40 AM, Ward Silver at hwardsil@WOLFENET.com wrote:
>The only problem I've had was that water got into the pipes (my fault) and
>had to be siphoned out. Put a cap on the pipes or fill them with cement
>(after you put the bolts in).
Wouldn't it be better practice to place the pipes so they go through the
concrete base and into 4-6" of gravel for drainage?
This is the typical practice for Rohn 25/45-type bases using either a
base section or embedding a full-length section.
Bill Coleman, AA4LR, PP-ASEL Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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