Aaaargghh - I did it again - just GOTTA learn to read!
>T. Brady wrote:
>> I gotta ask - wouldn't two pieces of telescoping aluminum tubing be
>> insulated from one another (at least somewhat) by Vasoline)? Don't they
>> need low DC resistance?
>> Frank - W0ECSHi Frank. I think in his message he was talking about
>feedline to the ant. Think he said something about spade lugs to bolts
>or something. Your right, it probably would not work between element
>> >Kelly Taylor wrote:
>> >> For exposed antenna connections (say attaching spade lugs to bolts), what
>> >> is the recommended treatment for preventing corrosion and maintaining
>> >> electrical continuity?
>> >> Thanks for any help.
>> >> Kelly
>> >> firstname.lastname@example.org
>> >Hi Kelly. A friend of mine in who worked for the fone company told me to
>> >use Vasoline. I have been using that for quite a few years now. You can
>> >put some on an antenna connection, and in a year or two, wipe it off and
>> >the connections are as good as new. A lot less messy than some of the
>> >products that are used for that. Just a wipe with a rag, and it's gone.
>> >Tom W7WHY
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