[TowerTalk] For Sale AN Wireless HD-60 Tower and Mast
xdavid at cis-broadband.com
Sun Apr 15 12:50:34 EDT 2018
This is a pretty good price for an outstanding tower. Since hauling ten
foot sections with a large cross section can be problematic for most
hams, I thought I would point out that this tower is assembled totally
with bolts and could most likely be rather easily disassembled, moved,
and reassembled. It would probably take a few trips to haul all the
pieces with a pickup or trailer, but I think it could be done.
The assembly instructions are here http://www.anwireless.com/assembly.pdf
And starting here you can see several pictures of how I assembled and
installed my own AN Wireless HD-70 tower
By the way, I have that same 22' Chrome Moly mast and it's a brute. Mine
has seen winds in excess of 100 mph with an OB16-3 and OB2-40 on it with
On 4/15/2018 6:53 AM, Ed Kucharski wrote:
> AN Wireless HD-60, 60 foot heavy duty self supporting tower (see:http://www.anwireless.com/formore info, specs and present prices).
> 2 Rotor Mounting Plates and 1 Thrust Bearing Plate (drilled for a Peer 2 in., 2 hole, flange bearing) in the top section.
> 1 60 ft. Safety Lifeline System with DBI-SALA Safety Sleeve and Carabiner
> 1 Full set of Step Bolts.
> The tower is on the ground in 6 x 10ft. sections and ready for sale/pickup. Photos available upon request for serious inquiries only.
> $2100. Pick-up (only) at my Westminster, MD QTH.
> Requires a 5 foot concrete base section (available from manufacturer) and appropriate base.
> I do have a 4130 Chrome Moly ~22 foot, 2 inch OD, 1/4 inch wall Mast available (sold separately ($200) or could bundle with the HD-60 Tower for a total of $2250).
> This tower can be converted into an 80 foot HHD-80 (Heavy-Heavy Duty Tower) by adding 2 HHD sections to the bottom and HHD concrete base section (all available from manufacturer).
> Ed K3DNE
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