retired1 wrote:Answer to the question would be to use math. My preference would be to make a scale drawing and measure it.If the tension members are from the hook to the load eye bolt, then I think you have it reversed. But,if you have the angle of attachment to the main portion, then it will always be at a level orientation. The height above the do not exceed line will vary.
Not a problem if you accurately graph it. I like the large quad paper from office depot.
Actually, I put it in my "Model Smart 3 D" computer program and it does all of that for me as well as accurately predict the results for what ever densities I entered into it.
I’d just build it on a testing wall. I made a version where the hook is about 14.8 cm above the bottom of a standing wall, so I can literally just build on top of a table and against the wall.