Could also cut the remnants off and get a pier pin along with a base plate.
Drill a hole in the concrete, place the pier pin. I used a pier pin for 15
years with no problem
----- Original Message -----
From: "Mike Rhodes" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Monday, April 03, 2006 7:54 PM
Subject: Re: [TowerTalk] Joining Rohn 25g sections
> Cut the remnants off & fill them with grout. Get a 25g mounting plate.
> The plate has the female legs welded to it. Drill holes in the concrete
> for 'L' bolts and use concrete epoxy or whatever it is called to secure
> the bolts in the concrete. Use the base and some shims to keep the bolts
> in alignment while the epoxy cures. Better than new when you are thru.
> Mike / W8DN
> email@example.com wrote:
>> Looking for way to attach new section of Rohn 25g to a section that has
>> been cut off just above concrete base. Since the tampered (swaged) end
>> has been cut off at the base the new section will not attach in the
>> conventional manner. Ideas here include using commercial fiberglass tower
>> insulators, having steel look- a -likes made, or even the possibility of
>> turning the sections upside down and welded once inserted. Not sure what
>> effect of having the larger bolt on the topside would have. The tower
>> completed would be 40' and properly guyed. Any ideas? Thanks, Floyd
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