In the way far past, in my climbing/constructing days, I did it thusly:
Take some regular cardboard box material, then rough cut it to fit in the
tower's triangle ... then, cut the ears for the legs, trim it to look
pretty, and take it to your local blacksmith shop, or friendly local muffler
man. He (she?) will take that white chalk type marker, put on the size
metal plate you want, and cut it out toot sweet ... and, it probably won't
take a whole buncha bux to have him keep cutting and make you a half dozen
of them! That be my hint ... been there, done that ... it worky worky!
73 -- Mark, AA6DX
----- Original Message -----
From: "Richard L. King" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Monday, October 15, 2007 7:08 PM
Subject: [TowerTalk] Using Rohn 65G
>I am thinking about using some Rohn 65G for a short self-supporting
> tower to hold some VHF/UHF yagi antennas.
> I understand that accessory plates for rotators and thrust bearings
> are not available from Rohn for this size tower.
> I wonder what others have done about this? Do you have to fabricate
> your own accessory plates or is there someone, somewhere where this
> hardware can be purchased?
> 73, Richard - K5NA
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