I don't really have an answer to your question, but as an owner of a house
bracketed rohn 25, I'd like to know if we are talking about a TB-6 or a TH-6,
and what are the other three antennas comming down? Looks like I could go
higher and have bigger antennas if this stayed up!
> Date: Mon, 1 Jun 2009 21:36:18 EDT
> From: K8qoe@aol.com
> Subject: [TowerTalk] Request for engineering help
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
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> If there is a tower
> installation specialist (and/or engineer) in
> the house, I'd appreciate a call. I have a Rohn 25 tower up
> 50 feet, not
> guyed but a house bracket at 23 feet. Three feet of the
> tower are buried in a
> cubic yard of concrete down two feet from ground level.
> ???? I have a Telex TH 6 (weight 75
> lbs.) and three other antennas I
> will discard next week. Problem. I want to keep my TH-6 but
> my climber says
> he is troubled by so much weight on a non-guyed tower which
> is 30 years old.
> Is worried about tower fatigue. He wants me to replace the
> Telex with a
> smaller, less weight, Mosley.??
> Sooooooooooooooo is my
> tower guy's worries about weight legit or
> can I keep my TH-6 when I do my tower work in two weeks?
> Call please.
> Joseph Phillips, K8QOE
> ????Ohio Section Manager
> ????2800 Jupiter Drive
> ????Fairfield, OH 45014
> ????(513) 874-0006
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