Build a 25’-50’ free standing tower
You will receive the drawing package so you can build your own tilt up tower.
To be used for Ham radio antennas or wind turbines.
It is constructed of 2 lengths of “Box” steel inserted inside of each other. You can tilt the tower down to work on your antenna or wind turbine at about 4’off the ground. You then would tilt it up using the hand winch. The tower would then be at 25’. You then could crank it up to 50’. The beauty of this is you only need 20’ of room when it is tilted over. You can install it in your urban back yard if you wish.
To save shipping costs of these towers, we are providing the option of purchasing the prints so you can build your own tower. This plan contains self-explanatory prints only. There are no written step-by-step instructions. The prints are easy to follow and anybody with some “do it yourself” experience could easily build it. Extreme caution must be used when erecting it.
Build it yourself!! DIY Do it yourself!!
These are modern drawings produced using AutoCAD software to ensure accuracy. Build it yourself! DIY
I will email you a PDF to the email address you provided to PayPal so you can print them out any size. If you wish hard copies on 8 1/2 X 11 paper mailed to you as well please indicate this when you purchase.
We sell these for $38.95 on our web site.
Q: Hi Do you know how much headload in square meters or feet, or even weight you can hold on the top? Thanks
Q: Hi, We need a 70′-80′ tower for an 900 Mhz Internet connection. (Small Yagi antenna.) Would we be able to expand this to that height? Thanks
All plans are designed by Ben Stone. Ben is a retired Engineer in Canada. Ben also drafts these himself using the latest AutoCAD software to ensure accuracy. He studied Engineering back in the early 1980’s. After over 30 years in the Construction industry he developed a passion for building cool items around his farm and cabin. He is sharing these with the world for $10 each. These are great DIY projects. With a little skill anybody can Do It Yourself. Ben is always a email away if you have any questions while building one of his projects. He is adding new plans all the time.