You're talking about the Tilt Plate - http://nn4zz.com/tiltplate.htm
I've seen it in action at the Orlando Hamfest and it's built like a tank.
You'll never have to access your rotor with a ladder on a partially tilted
Jon Pearl - W4ABC
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From: "Leigh" <email@example.com>
Sent: Sunday, April 03, 2011 12:47 PM
Subject: [TowerTalk] Rotating Mast Bracket
> Good Morning,
> I have a crank up tower and plan on installing a 4 ele STEPPIR this summer
> to replace my monobanders. Seems to me that I remember someone makes a
> or mast plate that allows the end of the boom to be rotated toward the
> ground. This way I could access the elements without taking down the
> Thought I'd check what is out there in the world before attempting to
> something and having it fabricated.
> Any info would be appreciated.
> de Mike
> Mercer Island, WA
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