[TowerTalk] Can anyone ID a tower?

TexasRF at aol.com TexasRF at aol.com
Tue Jul 29 11:07:45 EDT 2008

This sounds like a "Tele-tow'r" manufactured in Enid Oklahoma during that  
time frame. The towers all had a painted finish. The owner of the company is now 
 deceased and no one picked up the manufacturing rights; the company is no 
longer  in business.
Gerald, K5GW
Texas Towers
In a message dated 7/26/2008 10:22:04 P.M. Central Daylight Time,  
n6kj.kelly at gmail.com writes:

A friend  of mine is looking for info on an old steel, tubular
tower/mast.   According to the owner, it was purchased from Texas
Towers around  1980.  The tower is retractable and consists of two
sections.   The lower section is square: about 3" or 4" square.  The
upper section  is round.  Both sections are made of steel.  The base
consists of  a square steel section embedded in concrete.  There is a
square  section, very strong, on which a dutton-lainson winch is
installed to allow  for tilting up the tower/mast.  The permanent
section (which doesn't  move when you tilt down the tower) is about 5
feet tall.  The tiltable  tower/mast have another winch for retracting
the upper section.  The  entire tower/mast appears to be about 40 feet
tall.  Anyone have any  idea who might have made this thing and what
the original specs  were?

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