> Howdy all,
> I wonder what people use for mast that sticks up about 10 or so
> feet above the tower and holds more than one multiband antenna?
> I put up 1 1/2" galvanized steel pipe and it failed......bent right
> over. Wow!
> If I use 1 1/2" galvanized steel again,only this time schedule 80,
> which is 1/4" wall thickness,is that sufficient? And if that is
> sufficient, what would be the difference between steel or aluminum pipe
> if they both are the same thickness?I don't have time for this "chrome
> molley" or whatever it is as this must be changed immedietly, no time to
> wait for freight! One last question, I also suppose I could use 2"
> instead of 1 1/2", but adding all this more weight,is it really going
> to add all that more strength? Helping answers appreciated!!!
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Another saying is that there may not be enough time to do it right the
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third or fourth time. Tom K5RC, former editor of the National Contest
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but not cheap. The cheap stuff you already know about. Good luck in the
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