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« on: July 24, 2006, 12:57:17 PM »

I have just taken delivery of my 200 watt turbine without tower and am very impressed with the solidity of the construction. My own existing mounting pole is made of steel guyed 48mm O/D heavy duty aluminium scaffold pole and I am wondering how to accommodate the 50 mm O/D of the turbine mounting spigot?

What I need is a long sleeve which will slide over both parts and could then be tightened securely. I have tried the local SGB depot, but they don't have anything long enough. If I can't source one I may have to change the whole mast to one that has a 50 mm I/D. Any ideas where I would get one please? I need it in one continuous 5 metre length as I have a gin pole arrangement for erection.
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