Ron, Randy: When and if the tower arrives, don't sign the delivery receipt or bill of lading that you received it until you've gone over the tower with a magnifying glass. Years ago I ordered a W-51 crank up tower from TriEx, in fact my blueprints were signed off by Mr. Tashjian himself as
Just got off the phone with N3ZK. *phew* The tower showed up today. Thank goodness! Inspection (and yes, they very carefully inspected it) showed that some bolts were missing, and there's a question about the winch, but that's all being taken care of. The actual tower appears unscathed.
About 10 years ago my landlord came up with a 40 foot telephone pole that he thought would make a nice tower for me. He had it setting in his yard and we were just about to transport it to my place and put it up as a free-standing pole in a big hole I'd dug when someone stole it out of his
Sent: Wednesday, December 27, 2006 1:49 PM To: DX Chat Reflector Subject: [DX-CHAT] Don't Tell Me, It Fell Off The Truck How do you lose a tower? Seriously? My local club, the Wireless Association of South Hills, has spent the last 18 months plus raising funds to purchase a mobile tower (see