Missouri Wind and Solar Wind Turbine Assembly

Note that these are general installation guidelines and may not apply to all wind turbine models that we carry

List of Instructions and Diagrams for Assembling Your Wind Turbine

Please read all instruction sheets for each component thoroughly before beginning

Freedom 1600 watt and Freedom 2000 watt wind turbines include one locking collar only.

Warning: Never install a wind turbine on a windy day. Make sure the turbine blades are not turning when you make the connections to the batteries as this will cause arcing and possible electrocution.


Thank you for ordering from Missouri Wind and Solar – a company that provides heavy duty, quality parts that are made to last. Some of your wind turbine parts may have gone through a hot dipped galvanization process to provide a long-lasting finish that will resist rust under ordinary conditions.

With a hot dip galvanization, the metal parts are dipped into the galvanizing material versus galvanization using electromagnetic plating. The finish of the electromagnetic plating process is different and may be what you are used to seeing with nuts/bolts, etc. but it is much thinner and not suitable for outdoor use.

If your wind turbine tail or arms have texture or a white haze to them, it will not affect the performance of the galvanization and is simply part of the galvanization process.

Freedom Wind Turbine Stars & Stripes Assembly


Watch the following video on how to assemble the Missouri Freedom wind turbines.

Please note that Freedom wind turbines now only include one locking collar to prevent crimping on the tower pole.