I have an original Tri-Ex catalog, dated January 1, 1967. It lists the
LM-470 as "NEW 70-FT." Per the catalog: "Capable of supporting 16 sq.
feet of antennas at full 70 ft. height in 60 MPH winds."
----- Original Message -----
From: "Bob Selbrede, K6ZZ" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Sunday, November 23, 2008 10:17 AM
Subject: [TowerTalk] LM-470 Variations
> In researching specification information on the Tri-ex
> LM-470 I see comments suggesting that the LM-470 has
> undergone some design/specification changes over the years.
> Does anyone have factual information regarding this? Are
> there differences between the LM-470, LM-470D and LM-470E?
> Is the Tashjian Towers LM-470E identical to the older Tri-ex
> LM-470? Anyone care to shed some light on the subject?
> 73, Bob K6ZZ
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