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Subject: [Towertalk] House Brackets and Hinged Bases
From: (Mike Rhodes)
Date: Sun, 1 Sep 2002 12:43:31 -0400
How much reinforcing is behind the wall where you attached the house bracket
and what do you expect to put on the tower. Not sure I would be comfortable
with more than a vertical or small VHF/UHF beam. At 8 feet off the ground,
your bracket must be at ceiling height. Hope you don't expect to sleep much
when the wind picks up because you will definitely hear everything that the
tower is doing.

Mike / W8DN

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Subject: [Towertalk] House Brackets and Hinged Bases

Using a  36" HB25CG bracket @ 7-8', attached to the wall below the overhang
a BPH25 hinged base, can I go 30' unguyed? Or 35'? This is on a Rohn25G

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