My question is simple. I live in a "70 mph" wind zone according to what I
can determine. Can I SAFELY use the 70 mph figure or should I build in
additional capacity by purchasing a stronger tower? Using a 'lower spec'
Trylon tower (eg, T400 vs. T600) means getting a taller tower at
approximately the same price. (Remember: size does matter!) What would
you recommend? How reliable are the 'wind speed' tables? Do I stand a
*reasonable* chance of long service and no tower failure using the 70 mph
figure? Or does this all boil down to how lucky I feel?!?
The more I read, the less likely it is that I can make a decision!
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