I agree he is on the main section attaching the pulley in order to
pull up the next section. You would not be putting the pulley on the
offset section, would you?
I would like to know if they tilt over for those who want to place the
tower next to a 2 story house.
"Joe Subich, K4IK" wrote:
> > Take a look here: http://www.onemantowers.com/photopage1.html
> > About 1/3-1/2 half way down the page on the left, right above
> > the caption :
> > "Attaching the cable pulley to the top of the section. This
> > step is repeated for each section as it is placed".
> That's climbing the main section ... the new/offset section is
> the shorter piece visible just to the left. At this point it
> looks like the tower has two sections in the main and one on
> the lift.
> ... Joe, K4IK
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