I am told that this is the formula for tower work: Actual time = Estimate
This is 4 hours 42 minutes in your example.
To: bob finger
Subject: Re: [TowerTalk] Antenna/tower party
Date: Wed, 24 Aug 2011 11:26:05 -0400
No ... one tower is sitting waiting for the monobanders to be placed
on the mast and then pulled up on its hinged base to the vertical
position ... about 1 hour's work. The monobanders are ready to install.
The other two towers are 56' HDBX towers with masts/pulleys to support
the ends of wire antennas. Another 1 hour's work if Gin-poles are
used (I don't own one). Perhaps 90 minutes at max.
Quoting bob finger <email@example.com>:
> 3 towers in one day? Even with a crane and hand picked professional
> crew that works well together 3 towers in one day is ambitious. Good
> luck. 73 bob de w9ge
> firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
>> I will be hosting an antenna/tower erection party THIS SUNDAY
>> beginning at 9 AM.
>> Too old to climb (my knees won't take it), so need help putting up 3
>> towers and some monobanders.
>> Most of you are too far away, but those who can help will be WELL-FED
>> as I cook a mean burger (and hot dogs) with plenty of liquid
>> refreshment AFTER the project is done!
>> Thanks in advance!
>> Don - N8DE
>> Edmore, MI
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