At nmy Florida QTH, I have 60' of Rohn 45 that has been up for 8 years
without guys and without a problem. It has a house bracket at 15' so there is
that is self-supporting. The tower has had various HF yagis on it including a
3-element SteppIR. The tower has survived several hurricanes without a
problem... however, the 3-el. SteppIR fibreglass elements blew apart in winds
In a message dated 11/4/2008 11:09:05 AM Eastern Standard Time, email@example.com
> What are the recommendations on Rohn 45 self supporting?
> I am looking at approx 50' with a 2 element steppir and a Ham M.
> Figure I am good?
> I can't find my old Rohn engineering guideline book. Is there one
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