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Seasons Greetings, questions & shameless plug

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Subject: Seasons Greetings, questions & shameless plug
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Date: Fri, 27 Dec 1996 17:11:17 -0500
In a message dated 96-12-27 00:09:02 EST, you write:

>1) Has anyone had experence with the GEM QUADS and how do you like them.
>I've put up my first tower and I'm considering either a 2 or 3 element 
>quad from them.  I've been able to put up a HBX 40' and figure that 
>these will stay within the windload and boom length.  Any comments, pro 
>or con would be nice.

Hi, Bob --

    My first rotatable, gain antenna was a commercially available quad; might
even have been a Gem Quad.  It was loud but didn't seem to have much F/B.
 Also spent a whole Saturday trying to tune it; finally gave up but it still
worked great.  I am now a yagi user, though.
>2) This one is for you Steve.  I know you run a tower supply company and 
>that you mention once in a while about products that you carry.  Do you 
>have a web page or catalog listing everything that you do carry?  I 
>figure that with everything you do for us, between the reflector, NCJ, 
>and CQ Contest, if I need to pick up something, I would just as well buy 
>from you.

(That means you, Broz.)

     Okay, since you broadcast it around the world....  Yes, you are correct,
sir.  TOWER TECH has tower tools and equipment that you'll need if you ever
work on a tower.  Email me your postal address and I'll be happy to send you
the latest catalog.  An SASE to TOWER TECH, Box 572, Woodinville, WA, 98072,
will get you one also.  

     No, there is no web page yet but let's say that's it's "under
construction".  BTW, this is going to be one doozey of a web page.  There
will be an announcement when it's ready for  visits.

     While I am always ready to give advice when asked (and sometimes when
not), my intentions aren't entirely altrustic.  TOWER TECH is a 'for profit'
business and I would appreciate any business that you would care to do with

73 and thanks for your interest,  Steve   K7LXC

    TOWER TECH -- professional tower supplies and services for amateurs

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