Having seen the Rohn torque bars for 25, 45, and 55, I can tell you they are
different for each tower model, with 55G using significanly larger torque arms
than 25G. I know of no source for these bars at this time.
> Hi Mike
> I do not have any TB55D torque arms but I do have five new and unused TB25D
> bars. These are of course heavily hot dip galv. and would be an improvement
> over home brew unless you can get them hot dipped. Here in Florida anything
> else would rust in no time. I suspect the torque bar may be a common part
> used on the 25, 45 and 55 towers with different sleeves to accomodate the
> different bolts??
> The TBXXD part number describes the torque bar plus the appropriate sleeve.
> The TB25D is 16 inches from the outer end to the middle of the hole in the
> loop. I don't see why they would make them longer for either the 45 or 55
> tower? the stock material is 1/4 inch thick and 1-1/4 inches wide. They are
> marked with the P/N, KC796
> The loop inside diameter is 1-1/4 inches. A tubular sleeve goes in the loop
> to accomodate the 1/2 inch bolt used on the 25 tower.
> The 55 tower uses a 3/4 inch bolt requiring a different sleeve.
> My Rohn drawing for the Guy bracket assy covers all three towers but gives
> no info at all on the torque bars.
> Both the Commercial and Consumer catalogs show a sketch of the Guy Brackets
> and Torque Bars in the Model 25 sections but there is nothing for either in
> the 45 and 55 section?
> If my assumption is correct about common part for the torque bar and they
> are of interest to you they are available for $12 each plus shipping at
> cost. No charge for packing. Maybe Rohn would confirm whether the KC796 was
> the same bar used on all three?
> John AB4ET
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