I knew tow ham that had the heights model tower you refer to. Both
installations lasted many a year. One of them avid antenna experimenter both
HF and Wark bands ( yagi/quad builder) he wore out two of the acme screws over
the 20 plus years and 100's if not 1000's of up down cycles.
Both installations were the 64' models
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> Date: Wed, 24 Feb 2010 15:59:20 -0500
> 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 k2vi
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