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Change a bulb on an antenna, a high antenna.


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Hey...I did that for a year or so. I helped my neighbor - he maintains & installs the warning light systems. I never got higher than 660 feet though. Tell you this though: it is incredibly tiring climbing with all the safety gear, tools, and parts. Sometimes it's as easy as changing a bulb (usually strobe tubes), sometimes its rewiring a terminal block, a step-up coil etc. and you can be up there a while.

It's fun in nice weather. Windy and cold..different story.

Most of your time is spent riding in the truck.

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