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Re: [TowerTalk] Please help ID this Tower.

Subject: Re: [TowerTalk] Please help ID this Tower.
Date: Mon, 17 Sep 2007 07:48:21 EDT
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I would bet it's a Pirod tower (now part of Valmont).
>From their website:
"Valmont towers are also engineered and manufactured to your specific 
Most, if not all, their towers have solid rod legs.
And the fact that the sections are six feet long indicates they were custom 
so they could fit inside the freight elevator of the building.
Dwayne - KG4ADM
I uploaded the photos at for 
Anyone can please ID this tower that last known home was a 700+ building
downtown Boston, MA holding 2 Microwave Dishes. Would be interested in how
much antenna loading it could take.
Tower is 6 feet high with a 24 inch face and the legs are solid 11/2 with
1/4 inch cross braces. Total height was 45 feet with the base. It did have
one section that could be guyed. I have 7 Sec and with the base it is 45
feet tall. One sect. is set up for guys. This tower sections very heavy as
it takes two men to carry. Please email your comments to 73

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