MA-770 Crank up Mono pole tower

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  1. N5XO

    N5XO Ham Member QRZ Page

    I have an MA-770 72ft Mono-pole tower plus full rotating self supporting base. This tower cranks up to 72ft and nest at 22ft. It is fully rotateable with standard heavy duty rotor. Tower tilts over for easy access to install antennas and crank into posistion and then cranks up to 72ft. The rotor is base mounted and rotates the entire tower.

    Nice looking and neighborhood friendly. This tower is located in San Antonio Texas and would require a trailer to pick up.

    If you want a great tower in excellent condition then this is the deal for you. $2,000.00 and you pick it up.

    See attached photo's and specs: NOTE: Tower is down and ready for pickup. tower3-11.jpg tower3-9.jpg tower3-1.jpg tower3-3.jpg

    The premier MA-Series crank-up Tubular Towers are designed to be both safe and neighbor friendly. The slender design gives a clean, flagpole-like appearance, while allowing for antennas up to 10 sq. feet in 50 mph winds. Per EIA Specifications, adequate safety margins are included. Uniform Building Code calculations are available for most models. The MA-40 and 550 models come standard with flat base, two .5" x 10" anchor bolts, wall bracket and rotor plate mounted on top of top section. No guying is required when tower is properly bracketed to the eve of your roof. MA-Series towers are completely self-supporting only when used with accessory MARB or MAB Series bases. The MARB Series rotor base allowes the entire tower and antenna to be rotated from the base (rotor not included). This provides for easy rotor maintenatnce plus emergency hand rotation of the entire tower and antenna. All models without motor drives come standard with manual hand winches which have load actuated brakes for maximum safety. This feature prevents the winch from free-wheeling and causing injury to you or your installation in the event that you loose your grip during raising or lowering.

    Greg Lewis

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