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Re: [TowerTalk] Heights tower question

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Subject: Re: [TowerTalk] Heights tower question
From: "Gary - N3JPU" <>
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Date: Wed, 24 Feb 2010 16:14:03 -0500
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Heights all the way. Can work on everything from the ground level. I have a
3L SteppIR w/30-40M DE and a 5L 6M beam. Has held up very well.

Gary Mitchelson
N3JPU Davidsonville, MD   FM18 

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Sent: Wednesday, February 24, 2010 15:59
Subject: [TowerTalk] Heights tower question

Hello fellow hams. Im trying to determine the most effective and least
maintenance way to go about planning a tower installation. Keep in mind the
tower will only hold a small 20 meter mono band and a 4 element 2 meter beam
above.Total weight of both maybe 44 pounds.The hazer looks great but to many
moving parts and maintenance same with a telescopic tower. Im looking for
something i would not have to climb. I discovered a nice looking heights 48'
free standing tower.It incorporates a 1" worm screw. I see nothing that
would errode or deteriorate. Look like for the most part quite solid and
permanent.Everything can be done on the ground as well as one man putting it
together with no help. Any experience or advice would be apreciated. tony
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