I am please with the service at U.S. Towers. I am dealing with Gary
whose address is:
"Gary Smith" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Their website: http://www.ustower.com/
Nice call, were you part of the AH3D group?
> Anyone -
> I just got word back that Rohn is changing hands and their current delivery
> schedule is worrysome. Can someone help me find a suitable tower? I was
> planning on Rohn 45, 90' on a 5' base buried in concrete. Top of tower will
> be SteppIR 4-el (9.5 cu ft wind load) and 2 element 40 about 6-8 feet above
> (not selected yet). I would estimate total wind load will be around 20 sq
> ft. I have selected the heavy duty Yaesu rotator for this using a 12' steel
> mast. On the side of the tower will be another StepIR 4-el about 33' down
> the tower, just above the 2nd set of guy wires. I was planning on using
> Philistran for the top set of guys and steel for the lower two guys. Texas
> Towers has been very helpful to me in selecting these items and has most of
> them in stock, except for the tower. Does anyone on this reflector have any
> ideas where I might find the tower and related parts?. I have already
> sourced the steppIR antennas.
> Maybe a tri-ex equivalent setup?
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