You have a choice.
One, climb the tower and hope it does not fail.
Two, call a professional with a crane and have him do it the safer way.
The second choice is more expensive but what is your health and life worth?
>From: Chuck <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Date: 2007/06/27 Wed AM 06:39:44 CDT
>To: Bill Winkis <email@example.com>
>Subject: Re: Re: [TowerTalk] Tower ACCIDENT
>>From: Bill Winkis <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>>Date: 2007/06/27 Wed AM 06:39:44 CDT
>>To: Blake M <email@example.com>, firstname.lastname@example.org
>>Subject: Re: [TowerTalk] Tower ACCIDENT
>>This information is all well and good ... it rings with a bell of
>>caution ... BUT , how do you know .. ????
>>In this case the climber felt all was well until the tower came down
>>with him on it .. but now how in the world do you test and determine
>>all is OK before you climb.?? Or what steps do you use to protect
>>your self ...
>>Certainly the professional tower people who partake in this forum
>>will have a degree of in site for us .. but it needs to be
>>discussed.!!! We've got guys here with 5-10-20 plus years old towers
>>....What is the answer??
>>At 10:05 PM 6/26/2007, Blake M wrote:
>>>If I had a nickel for every time somebody has told me this line....!!
>>>In my experience, what this really means is:
>>>"This is a hack-job install, but I really need to make you believe it's OK
>>>or else you're going to bolt on me and I'm going to have to fork out major
>>>coin for a crane."
>>>Simple psych 101.... If you have a pretty girlfriend, you wouldn't have to
>>>walk around telling people how pretty she is, now, would you? ;-)
>>>[mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of Richard J. Fiero II
>>> The owner told me that he and his Brother Both men about 230 pounds each
>>>had been on the tower recently
>>>at the same time and that it was strong as an ox.
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