There is this..not cheap but it does the job. It fits inside the legs of a
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From: "Gregg Seidl" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Wednesday, 05 October, 2011 8:24 PM
Subject: [TowerTalk] Rohn 45 questions
>I have a small dilmenia that I hope I can get a few answers.
> In my younger days I would get "pointy top" Rohn sections and cut the top
> off and then put a rotor plate at the top and put the thrust bearing there
> with the rotor plate at the bottom of the top section. This worked good
> for years. I now get the flat plate top section but have one cut off
> pointy top tower left and want to convert it to a flat plate without
> getting an expensive Rohn 45 flat plate section plus shipping etc.
> I see that Rohn 45 rotor plates fit anywhere along the tower section so I
> can mount it about 4 feet from the top. My question is this:does someone
> make a flat plate that fits OVER the legs. I can easily make the legs the
> same length and drill holes to secure the flat plate to the legs. Of
> course I'd paint it with cold spray galvanizing.
> I see Norms Fab makes a plate that fits into the legs but that would be a
> little more diffucult for me to drill or at least I think it fits into the
> Looking for any ideas other then take the top section off and install a
> flat plate section. Thats the obvious.
> Gregg K9KL
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