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All guy rings on mast

This photo shows one of our masts, almost completely nested / retracted, to best illustrate how the guy rings fit on each tube and rest on top of the “Quik-Clamp” , below.

If desired, the guy rings may easily be removed (by simply sliding out the desired tube and slipping the guy ring off the end) and then reinserting the tube in the Quik-Clamp.

You may keep only the guy rings in place that are most appropriate for your current use, or leave them all in place, as desired.

Guy rings with ropes

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This photo shows a closer view of our mast system with  the two largest sizes of our guy rings (the MC-1.75 and the MC-1.5) installed, with guy ropes tied on the lower guy ring.

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Guy rings close with knots

This photo is an extreme close-up view of one of our GR-1.75 guy rings, clearly illustrating a knot tying technique that yields excellent strength. Note the double rope loops through the holes in the guy ring. (Do not overlap the wraps, or this will weaken the installation.)   Note also that the guy rings are drilled to accommodate your choice of either 3-point or 4 point guying. This illustration shows 4-point guying for better view of more attachment points in the photo. While 4 point guying is sufficient in many applications, the 3 point guying offers even more strength, because the triangle is an extremely strong geometric shape. The best knot to use is actually the bowline (not shown). Here is a link illustrating the bowline: http://www.wikihow.com/Tie-a-Bowline-Knot

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