NH, I also made up a couple metal caps for the top of the poles. A 6" pipe with a flat plate on top with four holes for the lines. This allows the pole to be twisted with out winding the guys around the top of the pole. A big relief I must say. Some day I would like to see a universal pivit for the bottom allowing the pole to be tilted in any direction and still be anchored down well.(a universal joint from a large trucks drive line). And maybe a boom atached as well, like on a ship, allowing timber to be lifted and swung into place so the pole wouldn't have to be moved, perhaps. For now I am really happy with my four-rope caps.