[[TowerTalk] Questio: US Towers Raising Fixture]
Thu, 23 Mar 2000 07:07:21 -0800
A pet peeve of mine -- It seems no one refers to airplanes as airplanes any
more,; its always aircraft.
I believe there is no Boeing Aircraft Company; There is The Boeing Company
with its divisions i.e.
Boeing Commercial Airplance Company, etc.
Darn, I was all set to join BEARS (Boeing Employees Amateur Radio Service)
in order to use their crane free of charge and then discovered that this
posting refers to Boeings' acquired McDonnell
(sp?) plant in St. Louis. Sounds like quite a club there!
From: Joe Duerbusch <email@example.com>
To: K5RST <K5RST@flash.net>; Tower-Talk Reflector <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Thursday, March 23, 2000 6:15 AM
Subject: Re: [[TowerTalk] Questio: US Towers Raising Fixture]
>Hi Jim, we just installed a US Tower 72 footer for the Boeing Aircraft
>club station. It has the raising fixture. Worked very well, one man
>operation but once you have large antenna's on it, you can only bring it
>If you like to see a 1st class installation, checkout our website.
>BTW the most tower damage happens in truck shipment. So to avoid it, we
>our own truck pick it out from the US Tower factory. Once loaded, the
>was not touched until we unloaded it. Also checkout our on site crane that
>available all the time at no charge.
>Joe K0BX for W0MA Boeing Employees Radio Club (BEARS) St. Louis
>K5RST <K5RST@flash.net> wrote:
>I'm thinking of buying the raising fixture for my tower and I'm looking
>for feedback. If you have one and like or dislike please let me know.
>Also, is it a one person operation? is it practical?
>Joe Duerbusch K0BX
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