At 04:38 PM 2003-06-09 -0400, you wrote:
> The easiest thing to do is to stand a section in the spot where the base
>is going to go. Aim the legs in the directions where you want the anchors to
>go. Look thru the face to the opposite leg and that'll show you where the
>anchor goes. Measure from the leg the distance you want and start digging.
> This method is handy to put the anchors where you want when you've got
>terrain or vegetation challenges. Just rotate the tower until you've got the
>anchors where you want them. By definition they'll be 120 degrees apart.
This is what I was asking when I said, "... (Say arenot most towers
with three verticals have the 3 verticals 120 degrees apart?) ..."
IF each of the verticals of the tower are 120 degrees apart this way should
be the easiest way.
Chris opr VE7HCB