Yes, go to the local electrical supply store and purchase a brass ground
clamp for the legs.
On 9/12/07, WD0M <WD0M@centurytel.net> wrote:
> My recommendation would be to use a small sheet of stainless steel so
> you don't have any interaction between the aluminum and copper. Put the
> sheet around the leg, then attach the copper wire to it with a U-bolt.
> That's how I did it on my US Towers TX-455, and there has been no
> Joe Hannigan - WDØM
> Pagosa Springs, CO
> Steve Jax wrote:
> > I am looking for ideas to attach #4 bare solid copper to my Aluma tower
> > legs. I currently have about 18 inches of wire running up each leg and
> > attached with 4 SS hose clamps spaced evenly up the 18 inches. Each
> > runs directly to a grounding rod that are all interconnected. I have
> > thought about wrapping each leg and wire with some thin copper sheet and
> > then clamp to help gain better connectivity. Any other ideas? I would
> > prefer not to drill into the legs and want to be careful not to crush or
> > compromise the structural integrity of the aluminum tower leg.
> > -Steve, N4SJJ
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