Why don't you call Texas Towers, get the prices for ALL
of the material you would need and add it up YOURSELF?
(Actually, I expect Texas Towers would even add it up for you).
Then call a professional tower installer (K7LXC is one) and
get a quote on the cost of installation of each approach?
YOU could even call multiple sources and compare prices.
On Sun, 29 Sep 2002 Chuck Counselman <email@example.com> writes:
> According to Rohn's spec sheets, either a 45G guyed tower or an SSV
> self-supporting tower can support an antenna having 8 sq.ft. of
> equivalent flat-plate area in 90-mph wind, at the top of a 70-ft.
> Can anyone give me an estimate of the overall cost of each
> alternative (45G or SSV), considering not only the tower itself but
> also the foundation work, professional erection, and guying (for the
> In other words, what's the net cost of doing without guys?
> Thanks and 73 de Chuck, W1HIS
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