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From: W7NI@delphi.com (W7NI@delphi.com)
Date: Sat Jul 9 03:54:46 1994

>From GOOSE WD8LLD <GOOSTER@delphi.com>  Sat Jul  9 17:19:54 1994
Message-ID: <01HEI33HPXEQ9APONE@delphi.com>

While this thread is going, I would like to throw in my 2 cents worth.
Here at WD8LLD we tape all of out coax connections with SCOTCH-33.
we use about 4 wraps and then cover the entire connection with a
product known as "Duct Seal."  This stuff is the same stuff used by
the power companies to seal service entrances, etc.  It is marketed
onder the aliases of "Seal-Flex" and a few other trade names. It works
better that the infamous "Coax-Seal" and does not get gooey in the
hot sun.  I just bought a 5 lb. block of the stuff from a local
supply house for less than $5.  Plus it does not get stiff in below
zero temps.

73..............de goWD8LLD   <GOOSTER@DELPHI.COM>

>From tree@cmicro.com (Larry Tyree)  Sun Jul 10 18:43:27 1994
From: tree@cmicro.com (Larry Tyree) (Larry Tyree)
Subject: N6TR IARU CW only
Message-ID: <9407101743.AA03144@cmicro.com>

1413/134  752K  5/4  45/14  286/35  985/60!  98/20  1/1  146 band chg

Worked several stations on 15 between 07-0830Z including my only europeans
on that band and 4X1VF and UA9FMZ.  New antennas worked great.  You need two
on 20 (if not three).  

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