You can always sink a steel I or H beam or even a telephone pole and attach
the guy up at a higher level.
I sold and installed a 150' 45G across the street for a neighbors commercial
repeater site; his property is only 90' wide. All 3 guys go to elevated H
beams and havent budged in 18 years with 10-12 20' collinears and a few
point to point VHF yagis on it.
Former Rohn Dealer
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Friday, May 18, 2007 11:46 AM
Subject: [TowerTalk] Rohn 45 Unique Installation
> Time for me to ask for some advice. I have limited space to put up 60feet
> of Rohn 45. I intend to put the first section in the ground and then a
> house bracket heavily fortified at 23 feet. I know that only allows me to
> do a 40 foot total height without additional brackets or guys. I would
> like to put up the additional 20 feet, but my guy anchor locations are
> limited. The angle of a guy to the ground would be pretty steep as I only
> have about 20+ feet before I am into a drive way vs the 48 feet I would
> noramly need. The other two can be much less of an angle if I tie them
> into my roof which is at approximately 30 feet. The problem with the two
> sides that would go to the roof is that I can not get the spread to give
> me the 120 degree angle between the guy wires. My question is this....can
> I put this up and feel confident it will stay there. It will be tied into
> the house very well...just can't get all the guy wires at the normal
> angles and the 120 degree spread.
> Looking for your advice on feasability and what are the best anchors to
> use on the roof or in the gable ends.
> Bob WV0C
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