Sounds like a LOT of EXPENSIVE additions to this FREE? tower.
Also, the BX series is pretty LIGHT WEIGHT with a small load
capacity. Why bother?
IMHO, the SAFEST, STRONGEST, and most COST EFFECTIVE
antenna support is a properly GUYED TOWER (such as R25).
If you don't want to guy, then get a HEAVIER DUTY self supporting
tower. Might as well get some safety and load improvement if you
are going to shell out for a concrete base (and crane?).
If you *still* want the BX, you should be able to easily 'man handle'
each 8 ft section using a pulley and rope to lower the sections
to the ground. I did that very procedure to dismantle and HDBX
tower (the heavier duty version).
On Fri, 27 Sep 2002 "Jeff Burns" <email@example.com> writes:
> I am still trying to decide if I want the free tower that has been
> offered to me. If I do take it what is the best way to take down a
> I have contacted a ham that does tower work. He will charge me $150
> if I help with the groundwork. He uses a gin pole. I forgot to ask if
> had insurance, and I am skeptical about doing the groundwork.
> I also contacted the local sign company. They charge $90 an hour for
> their crane. They were supposed to have someone drive by and take a
> and call me back, but I have not heard from them. If I do go with the
> what can I do to minimize the crane time?
> Jeff Burns
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