Simple answer: Yes.
Without seeing what you actually have done, I would guess that the guy bracket
would continue to creep down the tower.
Discussing torque arm assemblies vs. guy bracket assemblies is a red herring.
Both use (pretty much) the same brackets around the tower - the bracket must
nestle in the z-braces.
The following message was sent by Jon Ogden <email@example.com> on Wed, 18 Sep
2002 06:57:20 -0500.
> I just went and took a quick look at the tower. The assembly is not resting
> on a horizontal step of the Z-truss. I don't know how we missed that. It
> sure makes sense.
> So....does it need to be fixed? That's the BIG question here.
> on 9/18/02 6:34 AM, Jerry Kincade at firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> > The "standard" Rohn guy bracket at the midpoint of my R45 does nestle down
> > against the z-braces so it cannot slip, but the device that the guy wire
> > attaches to resembles a single giant chain link, and are only about 4" long
> > or so. They are not "flat steel pieces about a foot long" as described. Mine
> > is an actual guy bracket, not a torque arm assembly. I understand torque
> > arms were not available for several years because of their questionable
> > benefit, but have been reintroduced by Rohn in response to popular ham
> > demand, so the confusion might just be in terminology. Sounds like he has an
> > early version of R25 Torque Arms instead of a guy bracket. In any case, I
> > certainly agree it would make sense that it fit down against the cross
> > braces in such a manner as to prevent slipping down, no matter what.
> > 73, Jerry W5KP