Check the local rental places. I noticed a neighbor with a rental lift
which he was using to trim trees. It had a chair section on the top with
controls. It was not suitable to get to my tower (68') but the 40' foot
would probably be fine. It was on a trailer so the transportation was not
----- Original Message -----
From: "W4LDE-Ron" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: "TowerTalk" <email@example.com>; "SteppIR Yahoo Group"
Sent: Tuesday, April 15, 2008 11:41 AM
Subject: [TowerTalk] Where to find-rent buck truck?
> Need some advice, had the local club scheduled to help get down my tower
> and tribander with the thought of donating it to the club.
> Rohn 25g 40ft, HamM-V rotor, CD-44 Rotor and a TA-32 plus a second TA-33
> thats performed very well with over 250 DX countries.
> Had a closing on this home yesterday and now I am a renter until the end
> of the month, then a new home SW of Atlanta
> Unfortunately the club has had to cancel due to illness of the climber,
> I would go up but the XYL doesn't want this vintage 65 year old up on
> the tower.
> Last time up was two years ago after the Hurricanes hit FL. New guy
> wires and rotor positioning was needed.
> SO - I need to get a buck truck or lift of some kind and I don't know
> where to start. Any ideas? I am going to start with the local yellow
> pages and maybe AES which has a local store can give me some ideas.
> Any ideas where to start is appreciated. Have a new SteppIR at the new
> QTH waiting for me.
> 73 de
> Ron W4LDE
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