I don't know Pat, I don't know everything about Rohn's product line so Dan may
be right in that they offer (or offered before their buyout) optional bases
upon request. I've only seen the 4-hole base plate design. It would
probably be best to contact Rohn after they've settled into their new home
(Illinois is it?) and inquire about the options for 45G.
Pat Thurman wrote:
> Hi Gary,
> Did Rohn change their connections for #45G? According to their online
> catalog, it shows a sleeved connection with 2 bolts...
> > http://www.rohnnet.com/rohnnet2001/catalog/pdfs/45G/45G-15.pdf
> According to their catalog, you have to go up to a #65G to get the
> flanged connection with the 4 bolts... I've heard others mention that
> 45G has the flanged connection too, so I'm just wondering...
> 73, Pat K7KR
> Gary R. wrote:
> >mentioned using Rohn 45 which does not slip together instead each leg has a
> >plate with 4 bolt holes and the tower sections stand one atop the other.
> >Dan's concern about the legs becoming clogged with zinc is a valid concern
> >but unlikely with Rohn 45 because the legs are rather large in diameter.
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