37' of rohn 25 with 13' of mast extending above
A Mosley TA-33 is just above the tower with a homebrew 5el 6M
above that and a G6 2M vertical at the top. The house bracket is
17'. Other antennas are a 40M dipole at 50', a 75M
inverted Vee with the apex at 50' and a half sloper for 75/160.
Homemade house bracket attaches to the eves of
spanning two roof rafters, it is 30" of pressure treated 4X4
cut to slope away from the house with a piece of 1 7/8" Unistrut
the unistrut is notched for the tower legs. Another piece of
is run through the tower legs and pulled tight to the house with
1/2" threaded rods. Inside they go through to a 2X6 and angle
that crosses 3 studs. Shown below at two stages of completion.
Tower is in a 42" hole with five 80 pound bags of concrete mix then covered with dirt. I've never had a tower up long enough to rust, and this way I can cut it off below grade and leave no signs behind.
Former tower in Gorham, Maine