Are you ready for this Tri-Ex Catalog dated 5-69 Self Supporting Tower HZN
available models 4 Max Dead Load Capacity 275 LB. Maximum Antenna wind Load
12 sq ft 2 feet above top of tower at 60 mph and it 71 feet fully ex. look
like it use a hinged base. Your pictures appear to make it a Industrial
tower that was guyed. If you like I'll make a color copy of this as it a off
yellow color with black and white drawing in grayscale. I could do it this
weekend. 73 Gene K2QWD
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jeff Carter" <email@example.com>
Sent: Monday, February 18, 2008 9:37 PM
Subject: [TowerTalk] New Tower
> Hello again all:
> I'd like to thank everybody for their earlier help in the preliminaries of
> my tower project.
> Here's where I currently am: I just received approval from the county to
> continue, which I thought was rather nice of them considering that I was
> never able to acquire any of the engineering data for my Tri-Ex HZN-471.
> It's just too old. The folks who are still around and remember the tower
> don't have anything on it anymore but memories. I also found some Tri-Ex
> towers with similar model numbers but they were very different from my
> tower. In all, I've spent a year trying to find and talk to everyone, and
> it's all come to nothing in terms of actual paper.
> In case you've forgotten, here are the pictures of the tower:
> I have located a company to dig the foundation. Once again, though, I
> myself a little bit at a loss on exactly how to proceed because I don't
> the drawings. I may have to fall back on the idea of building "heavy" so
> there is a margin of error. What's the biggest tower base out there?
> concrete, while expensive, is cheaper than this thing falling on my home.
> Is there a "generic" tower base out there on the web that I might utilize?
> Do any of you have towers with these "arms" on them like this one, and if
> so, how much concrete do the arms require?
> Thanks in advance,
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