Is a TH6 on R25 w/2 in. mast considered large enough to back-guy ? I need to
remove one @ 95' (2' above top of pointy top) and one side mounted @ 60'.
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Sent: Thursday, August 12, 2004 10:41 AM
Subject: Re: [TowerTalk] Tram Line Attachment
> In a message dated 8/12/2004 9:31:09 AM Eastern Daylight Time, "Keith
Dutson" <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> >This weekend I plan to put up a tram line from tree trunk to tower. What
> >the best way to attach to the tower? TIA
> Why the tower? The tramline should be attached a couple of feet above
where the antenna will be mounted. If the antenna will be mounted on the
mast, then the tram line needs to be attached to the mast.
> For attachment I just use a 2-foot nylon sling wrapped around the mast (or
leg) and a carabiner to attach the tramline. Wrapping a loop sling around
the mast and pulling it thru itself gives you a secure attachment point that
won't slip. If it's a big load then you might want to back-guy the mast
tramline to give more support to the mast.
> Steve K7LXC
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