Mount the bottom section to the legs and plumb this with a 4' carpenter's
level. I did this alone when the concrete truck arrived with no problem.
Forget the rebar unless you can make an accurate jig. That makes no sense.
>From: Larry D <N8KU@longwire.com>
>Subject: [Towertalk] Universal aluminum
>Date: Sat, 31 Aug 2002 08:20:01 -0400
>I am finalizing plans to put up my first tower, I have settled on a
>80' with 30" base. I am interested in comments, tips, suggestions, etc.
>This tower will be primarily for Internet access, but I do plan to put a
>ground plane on top. Still trying to figure a way to attach some solid
>radials instead of wires. I will finish it off with a 40m inverted vee.
>I have heard that the base (just 3 posts) is a little difficult to line up,
>I plan to weld a couple of rebars on to them to hold them together while
>concrete is poured.
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