Yes to your question .. it's easy to do that way ![speaking from
experience with lifting a 70' tower with three monobanders at the top
doing just what you say]
Alan Young wrote:
> I am in need of some ideas on raising a tilt over base, 40 Universal tower.
> It is aluminum, with a rotator, 20 lb 9 ft. mast and a Force 12 C3ss antenna
> that is about 30 lbs. The tower can be walked up hand over hand by myself
> without the ant, mast, and rotator, but we tried with 4 large people and
> couldn't get it past about 30 degrees. No more leverage at our height. Is
> it possible and wise to attatch a line at the 30' level, route it above the
> peak of a roof and use a vehicle to pull it up? Any thoughts or suggestioins
> would be most helpful.
> Alan Young
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