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[TowerTalk] Need Help-Triex H 354 Tower (Not LM 354)

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Subject: [TowerTalk] Need Help-Triex H 354 Tower (Not LM 354)
From: James Archer <>
Date: Sat, 13 Jun 2009 18:53:07 -0400
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Thanks for reading this.  I have an old Triex H-354 tower that consists of 
three 20 foot steel welded sections that extend up to 54 feet via a manual 
cable crank winch.  This tower was made by Triex Tower in Visalia, California 
many years ago (Serial number 54003).  The tower is different from the LM 354 
in that instead of having a "W" pattern on the sides it uses flat bar welded to 
the tubing that lies horizontally when the tower is standing up. The tower 
probably weighs in the 350 to 450 pound range.  There is a single bolt lug at 
each of the three corners, and is obviously designed to be cranked over.  Can 
anyone tell me 1, Is The Tower OK for freestanding configuration? 2, What is 
the acceptable wind loading on this tower?  Any advice would be appreciated, 
thanks in advance from James N3ZS.

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