I built a hammock stand today by combining the Speer-type pipe stand with the top rail of the Turtlelady stand, so decided to name it by combining the two names: Sp(eer/T)urtle(lady).
Elbow fittings with wire lock pins attach the three piece top rail to the vertical members. The wire lock pins also serve as the hang points, which are 11' 4" apart.
The top rail is three 48" pieces (two with swaged ends), held together with spring buttons.
The tees take a 48" piece each for the "feet", and the vertical members are 57".
I based dimensions on my hammockbliss single and rain fly. The fly is tied around the vertical members, but the eyebolts in the elbow fittings give multiple positions that keep it from sliding down.
All together, there are five 48" tubes, two 57" tubes and four fittings. When broken down, the tubes make a package just over 4" in diameter and 57" long (small enough to fit under the seat of my VW Bus). I used three fence rails, and had one 21" piece left over (one of the vertical members is actually two pieces).
It weighs about 32 pounds, and materials cost about $65 (plus $23 shipping for the canopy fittings and other fasteners).