NO WAY is it safe to free stand Rohn 25 to 50 ft.
INSANE IDEA unless you have a death wish.
On Sun, 01 Sep 2002 John Silberman <email@example.com> writes:
> A good friend of several of the list subscribers had a Rohn 25, 50
> base plate on cement pad, wall bracket at 8 feet, and had a TH7DXX,
> HD rotor, cross tree with 2m and 440 ringos, and a 2m GP above the
> It was guyed, but not properly, and at one level only. One guy
> when he was out of town and the whole mess stayed up but at an
> We sometimes get high winds here in Florida. Hi ;) I went over and
> winched it back into place and put a temporary guy on it until he
> home. He never replaced the guy. ( about 10 years) The tower was
> dismantled this year after being up for 20+ years.
> The moral of this story is: do it right and you can be sure not to
> problems. But Rohn makes a GREAT product that will take a lot of
> If you go up 30 or 35 feet, It won't matter. I don't have the Rohn
> book here but I believe the 25 can go as high as 50 feet free
> Someone check that.
> Good luck.
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