Yes Steve, the manufacturer sold a guy set for it. My 1982 catalog shows
the base as 24"x24"x18" and it also shows an HG-MT2-20 guying kit for this
tower. So go ahead Chuck. Do what the manufacturer says. This tower is NOT
a freestanding tower, but was referred to as a "side-supported" tower and
it was designed to be bracketed to a roof or guyed.
At 10:24 AM 2/20/2006, K7LXC@aol.com wrote:
>In a message dated 2/20/2006 5:03:43 A.M. Pacific Standard Time,
> > I'd actually prefer a small set of guys, the first section is only 20
>high so they would not be particularly large or difficult to place.
>Hiya, Chuck --
> Why would you guy it since the manufacturer doesn't say to and any
>failure will be in the upper 1/3 or so of the tower - not the guyed base
> The guys are pretty superfluous but installing them won't hurt anything.
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