When i put my TX-472 up UST suggested using a Wrecker
(tow truck) i tried but it sunk in the yard so i had
to use other measures (the yard was very very wet
though), but that was their recommendation....
--- Bob Farkaly <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> When I've erected my HG-70HD in the past, I always
> had a handy tree to
> which I could attach a rope (or wire rope). Then,
> using the recommended
> A frame, I could get the tower from a prone position
> to vertical (using
> a chain fall).
> This time, no trees. I've been searching for
> information on the US Tower
> erection facility, but nothing but dead ends. And I
> don't want to pop
> for $700 if their product won't fit or work. I can't
> get dimensions or a
> drawing anywhere.
> I'm looking for any thoughts, ideas or suggestions
> on how to get the
> crank up vertical.
> Bob, K9RHY
> Bob Farkaly, K9RHY
> 13163 Edina Way
> Poway, CA 92064
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