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Subject: [TowerTalk] Pushup Pole Installation
From: (David Greer)
Date: Mon Jun 2 08:08:00 2003

I've had good experience putting a mast up against a
two-story home with a bracket at the roof peak. At the
bottom, I put the bottom of the mast in a bucket
filled with mix-it-yourself concrete. It was plenty
sturdy for a VHF beam turned with a TV rotor.
73, Dave, N4KZ

--- "Tim, N9PUZ" <> wrote:
> I have a 40-foot push up pole (4 sections) that I
> want to use to support a 
> small VHF/UHF ground plane and the center of an HF
> inverted "V". This is a 
> semi-permanent installation for about a year. I
> would like to minimize 
> concrete work, etc. but want to do what's necessary
> to have adequate guying, 
> etc. to make it through a Midwestern winter and
> summer of high winds, etc. 
> There are two options for installation location. One
> is against the side of a 
> two-story house, the other is totally free standing.
> Web searches haven't turned up much in the way of
> suggested installation, 
> etc. Anyone with experience to share?
> Tim,  N9PUZ
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David Greer

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