Send me your mailing address and I'll send you copies of what I have - maybe
a dozen sheets that have something about the RBX-40.
Most of them are not what I would call specifications but they may be
I'm looking at a catalog sheet that may be as close to a specification as I
It has a column headed as "Wind Load". It says 90 mph with an antenna height
of 40 pounds with antenna load of a 4element 20 meter or a 9 element
I've got one with a house bracket that is somewhere over 60 ft up which has
worked fine except for a "little" microburst causing it to bend over the top
20 ft (not guyed) about 80 degrees. A bucket truck with a pro tower guy got
it down. With a good welder it's up again.
Send me your address and I'll send a copy of what I have.
73, Harry, W3IIT
----- Original Message -----
From: "Tower Su" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Thursday, December 16, 2010 9:23 PM
Subject: [TowerTalk] RBX-40 by E-Z Way
> Looking for any documentation for the RBX-40 antenna tower made by
> way.Did a research on the internet and found only 3 page E-Z Way Towers
> catalog with Tower Wind Load chart.
> Need a Spec sheet , foundation details with Max Vertical Force, Max
> Any information would be appreciated !
> Sejo , N3UA
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