In a message dated 97-02-06 22:37:16 EST, email@example.com writes:
>It seems that I'll be replacing my rotor in the very near future,
>and I'd like to throw something out to the knowledgeable.
> I have a stacked array now consisting of 15.5 sq.ft. of antennas
>with a weight of 113 lbs.. The mast's windload I don't know and the
>weight is +or- 125 lbs.. I'm using a Tailtwister now. In looking at
>some of my options, I was thinking of Emoto. Some interesting specs on
>a home page revealed about Yaesu,Create,Hy-Gain and their own forced me
>to give it up to the 'done-it's'. The Tailtwister is built rugged, but
>lacks under any strain. I beleive they call this rotor torque. I've
>seen the Yaesu's and they look real flimsy. I've heard some bad reports
>about the Create's line; so I'm looking at these guys. I don't expect
>my rotors to last forever, but would like to get the most for my hard
>earned bucks, with satisfaction. Are there other brands worth looking
>into? Any recommendations on the above? I'll post the consensus and
Hi, Jeff --
I suggest you drop me an SASE and I'll send you a reprint of my recent
3 part series on rotators that appeared in my "Up The Tower" column in CQ
Contest magazine. All of your questions are answered in it.
SASE to TOWER TECH, Box 572, Woodinville, WA, 98072.
BTW, where did the web site info appear? QTH.com or what?
73, Steve K7LXC
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