In a message dated 5/12/2006 4:10:01 P.M. Pacific Daylight Time,
> Hmm...that's interesting, thanks for the file.
Given that Steve has maintained that 25G isn't self-supporting at any
height literally dozens of times on this reflector, I wonder if that
document from 1987 has been superceded.
Umm, really? Doesn't sound familiar.
My reference is a little Rohn pamphlet called "Manufacturer's Technical
Information for Bracketed or Self Supporting Towers - 25G, 45G, 55G & SSV".
Forty-feet of free standing 25G can take 1.5 square feet @ 70 MPH - your basic
TV antenna. At 30-feet it'll take 1.7 square feet @ 90 MPH. Surprisingly
I've had this pamphlet for years and don't know if it's available on the
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