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Those aren't even fulcrums

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Solid af
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Wait. This was done without any fulcrums!?!? Uh oh.

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I'm a bit concerned that the wires holding the pipe to the tripods looks a little thin. Can it handle the airloads imposed on a windy day?

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Those aren't even fulcrums

http://www.dictionary.com/browse/fulcrum

2. Any prop or support.

I think this is pretty CASE CLOSED those are fulcrums, mocatPE*
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airloads imposed  :lol:

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I'm sure airloads were tested when Tom put the model in a wind tunnel.

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I'm a bit concerned that the wires holding the pipe to the tripods looks a little thin. Can it handle the airloads imposed on a windy day?

Trust me, the wire will not be the failure point in a wind event. Most likely result is a tip over
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I'm sure airloads were tested when Tom put the model in a wind tunnel.

Well the attachment design has changed since the model so the loading scenario in the wind tunnel was nothing like the real life case.

Trust me, the wire will not be the failure point in a wind event. Most likely result is a tip over

I can't tell for sure, but it appears that a bucket and two plastic bottles are the only thing holding this thing down....?  :sdeek:

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not sure what part of solid af you idiots don't understand

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I believe that is a bucket, a half full water bottle and a can of wd-40
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Calm down. I'm sure there are rocks or something heavy in the bucket.

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Detailed forensic analysis of the bucket show with a high level of confidence that the only items in the bucket are a roll of wire and a pair of pliers.
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You guys (and Mrs G) are GE gold.


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I too was concerned about windloads, but i decided to just see how it plays out. (no stamp yet)

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