This has been suggested and is still under consideration. I have not
found the "pole guy" yet The access to the yard is limited to items 4 FT
wide, no crane possible, not sure how it could be tilted up into the
hole, I imagine they are very heavy.
> Have you considered treated wood phone-power type poles.
> A guy said he can put up a 40 foot pole for a mere $700,replete
> with foot pegs starting about 8 feet up to allow me to climb it,
> but not the marauding children that terrorize my neighborhood.
> You could mount a vertical or two on top, and run a couple of
> wire antennas off it. Add a light, and it is a light pole,
> that incidentally has a couple of ham antennas on it. You
> would not run the light when running the rig.
> Just my take. ///////// Richards - K8JHR ////////////
> Patrick J. Jankowiak wrote:
>> needs to be 40FT high at the center and at least 20-30FT high at the
>> ends for the kind of propagation I can live with.
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