[TowerTalk] Serving Tool for guy wire
w5cpt at bellsouth.net
Thu Jul 10 17:31:34 EDT 2008
The serving tools we used in the military were a piece of metal about 12" long, 1' wide with a 1/8" hole about 1/2" from the end and a pair of linemen's pliers. And gloves, good thick gloves. Serve 3 sets of guys (not mentioning the insulators) and you will always go with grips (and Phillystran).
>From the towers I have seen in the last 10 years serving cable ends is a lost art. It is pretty and helps when ice builds up on the guy and then slides down, but it is a tremendous amount of work.
Clint - W5CPT
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From: AD5VJ Bob
To: towertalk at contesting.com
Sent: Thursday, July 10, 2008 6:51 PM
Subject: [TowerTalk] Serving Tool for guy wire
In reading the ROHN cat it talks about a serving tool used to wrap the guy wire back onto itself and around and around as a part of
installing the guy wire. I can not seem to find a 'serving tool' for this purpose anywhere on the internet does anyone know where to
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