That's what I was looking for in my original question. Thanks, Steve.
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Subject: Re: [TowerTalk] Why preload guy lines?
> As an unscientific test some years ago, I took several different 3/16"
> guy materials - EHS, Phillystran, and good old 7x19 wire rope - and hooked
> all together in one length. Then I put the whole thing under 400 pounds
> tension per a Dillon tensionometer and measured each segment. Guess what?
> They all
> measured 400 pounds on the Loos. And the accuracy vis-a-vis the Dillon was
> within a couple of percent - highly accurate in my book.
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