>Here's an idea... Rohn 45 retails for $200 per 10 ft section, so the entry
>cost for your solution is
>greater than $2,000. Rohn 25 is less, Rohn 65 is more.
I found used Rohn 45 locally for less than $100 per 10' section.
>If you are serious about this, put your money in the bank and hire a crane
>service when necessary
>to do antenna work. How many times do you need to service the antenna each
>year? Then take
>your wife out to dinner with the extra cash.
Cranes must be a lot cheaper where you live. Based on what friends have
spent locally on crane service, two trips up the tree will cost more than
the tower. Plus, I'm a do-it-yourself kind of guy. Not because I'm cheap.
Anyone who knows me would never accuse me of that. I simply find
satisfaction in knowing how and being able to do things myself. I must
admit though, that it is getting easier to delegate tasks to others as I get
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