Thanks, Lou, for the additional gloss. That is exactly the kind of
answer I was looking for.
The reason I asked is because I am in the same situation, and
thinking exactly the same way you are about having your plans
in hand before seeking a permit, and before committing to a tower
purchase. I appreciate your distinction between not looking for
a contract remedy, and acting for the other reasons you state.
Exactly how I am thinking. Given his reply to your offer of payment,
I see your point. That clarifies the relationship.
Thanks for your time, and for the input on the reflector. I think you
make an excellent point.
Happy trails and 73. ---- Richards - K8JHR ----
Lou Laderman wrote:
I offered to pay him his usual fee, but he
> said that doing initial calcs like this this is part of what he does for UST
> and he declined.
> This is not a contract matter where I'm claiming breach or looking for a
> remedy. Rather, it's a serious lack of customer service to support sales on
> the front end. How can I consider a tower purchase without knowing if the
> tower I'm selecting can handle my proposed use?
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