It looks like a Japanese Create 15ft'er. I have one much like it and have a
one page brochure on it somewhere, but I'd have to do some looking for it.
Do a Google search on Create, or Create Towers. Its rated for free standing
to a certain wind load, then needs guys for more load. I'm almost certain
it would need guying for a tribander mounted on it.
If you don't find anything, let me know.
On Sun, Sep 23, 2012 at 7:52 PM, Rob Frohne <firstname.lastname@example.org>wrote:
> Hi All,
> I think Frosty, K5LBU, figured it out. He said it was a Create Designs
> roof mount tower. Here is a pdf <http://www.cd-corp.com/eng/**
> twr/roof-twr_eng.pdf <http://www.cd-corp.com/eng/twr/roof-twr_eng.pdf>>
> of the catalog of that line. It looks like a CD45 to me. Thanks to all
> for your thoughts!
> On 09/23/2012 06:03 PM, Rob Frohne wrote:
>> Hi All,
>> I was donated a rooftop tower and KT-34XA Friday, and would like to know
>> what kind of tower I have. It looks kind of like the Glen Martin towers,
>> but not quite. It is aluminum, and could be made stronger by adding more
>> cross bracing I think. but it is very light, and might make a good tower
>> for someone who has some height restrictions in their neighbourhood. It is
>> 15 feet in height and has three five foot sections. The bottom is splayed
>> out, as is the top section, but the middle one is rather straight.
>> The photo is here <http://people.wallawalla.edu/**
>> Thanks & 73,
> Rob Frohne, Ph.D., P.E.
> Walla Walla University
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