Same setup worked fine for 20 years. A couple of 40/ 80 inverted V's made from
copper clad keeps your mind at ease.
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On Jul 29, 2010, at 12:40 PM, Kevin Elliott <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I am just about to start the installation of my new 40' Rohn 25 tower and
> is a brief explanation of how it will be setup and what will be on it. Then
> can tell me whether guying the tower is needed or not. Due to the small size
> my back yard the guy wires would need to be adjust slightly to stay within
> confines of my yard. The tower is going to be attached to a 4' short tower
> section why will be placed into a 4' X 4' X 4" hole with 6 inches of sand and
> rock at the bottom and the short tower section with be set into the rock and
> sand about 6". The tower is going to be erected beside my detached garage
> measures 20 ft to the center peak. Approximately two feet from the peak of
> roof I will be attaching a wall bracket which will be held in place with
> threaded readi-rod to a 4' X 4" pressured treated piece of lumber that will
> five studs inside the garage to spread the load across the entire wall
> of depending on two studs.
> Now the antenna that will be mounted on the tower which is going to be
> approximately 40' is a Mosley TA-33 and a 5 element 440 antenna and a 6
> 2 meter antenna. So with this setup can I get by without the need for guy
> Kevin Elliott - KG0MN
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