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Old 08-25-2019, 11:11 PM
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Originally Posted by Casey 1988 View Post
Okay, I don't see how that is possible But I will take your word, might have to do with being a round object at to why the wind does not affect it unlike something hitting it.
If I were to venture a guess...

The inside top of the tube shaped tone part of the pole is probably welded to the pole thatís secured to the ground. Then the rest of the tube shaped part of the tone pole is left to resonate. Hope that makes sense.

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