In a message dated 7/21/01 8:39:05 PM Pacific Daylight Time,
> I'm just finishing the post mount for my Aluma 75ft foldover crank-up tower.
> and have been reading the comments about grounding the tower. My question
> obviously I can't ground the legs and still fold it over, and the mounting
> post is buried 6ft(no concrete) would it be of any use to put ground rods
> a tie them to the post?
Yes, you still need to have your tower grounded per the National
Electrical Code and grounding standards.
Cheers, Steve K7LXC
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