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Categories | Towers, masts, accessories, climbing gear | Rohn HDBX-48 Free Standing Tower Help

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WA1HZK  Rating: 5/5 Oct 5, 2017 11:39  Send this review to a friend!
General information on the current BX towers  Time owned: more than 12 months
The HDBX is the strongest of the BX series. It uses the bottom sections of the BX tower and the top section is a section #3. The HBX uses a section #2 at the top and the standard BX uses a section #1. If you have a tower using the bottom section #8, there is a straight section available to add more height. This goes under the section #8 using the same foundation. These towers are rated for 70 MPH, no ice. There is a lot of information on the site: http://www.criticaltowers.com/BX%20Series%20Towers/Web%20Pages/BX%20Series%20Tower%20Page.htm 
Product is in production.
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