Jeff, can't you (maybe with a friend also belted on the tower) handle a 16'
long aluminum mast? I've done this by myself, strapping on very high on the
tower and hand-over-handing the pole up and then down into the tower...as
long as it's aluminum. (I'm not strong enough to do it with thick wall
Otherwise, if two 8' sections really need to be spliced, I'd make the splice
inside the tower, not above it...
> Greetings. I need to get a 16ft mast down the center of a tower which is
> already standing. I don't have a gin pole available, and it's not
> feasible to
> remove enough braces to get it up from the bottom. I was thinking about
> 8ft sections of mast, which I could handle down the top or from the bottom
> without a problem. This is a non-rotating mast, the bottom will be
> clamped on
> a rotator shelf with a GM MC-10 mast adapter. I would like to use 2" alum
> Do they make mast couplers that would enable me to splice two sections
> Thanks - Jeff, WB2RUZ
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