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ROHN 25G Tower Face Dish Mount R-DM25G2

Price$209.95
Manufacturer CodeDM25G2
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ShippingCan ship only within USA

Highlights
Hot Dip Galvanized
2 Plate accessory
Fits to 25G Main Section
 Accomodates:
2 inch STD (2-3/8 DIA) Pipe
(Included)

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ROHN DM25G2 Tower Face Dish Mount
Face Mount includes 2 Angled Steel Cross-Members that Bolt directly to any of the 3 Faces of a Standard 25G Tower Section. 5 Foot x 2 inch STD (2-3/8 inch O.D.) Pipe connects with U-bolts to 25G Tower Section Brackets. A ROHN TA25 Tower Torque Arm Stabilizer Assembly is recommended in the immediate vicinity of this Mount. The 25G Tower can be used in guyed, self-supporting or bracketed configurations according to specifications in the ROHN Tower catalog. Consult ROHN Catalog Links at Footer Section below for ROHN 25G Tower Details.

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ROHN DM25G2 mount goes together quickly, with a minimum of bolted connections. The angle steel cross members connect directly to the tower legs with easy-to-use u-bolts. This mount is hot dip galvanized . American Steel... Buy ROHN, Buy American.
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