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Subject: [TowerTalk] Source for Coax
From: (Dale Jones K5MM)
Date: Fri, 06 Feb 1998 15:46:22 -0600
 A good source for coaxial cable, and all sorts of products, tools,
 components,and the like for building cable tv systems and broadband 
 networks is:

        TeleWire Supply
        Englewood, Colorado

        1-88-TeleWire    (1-888-9473)

      They have a web site at

 This outfit is one of the primary suppliers to the Cable TV industry, so are
 well equipped to provide most of the items you have spoken about, including

 (Note: I have Nothing to do, whatsoever) with TeleWire.
 GL & 73
 Dale  K5MM

At 10:02 AM 2/5/98 -0600, you wrote:
>I foung the nicopress fittings and tools from Mc Master Carr   soooooo that
>went so good maybe someone can help me find a good buy on    RG6U  direct
>burable cable...
>i want to use it on my beverages....i want 1000 feet or more..but only
>direct bury type like the cable company uses for drop wires to the house...I
>am still waiting for an answer from the local cable co.                
>Ron K9YY bought a used electric chain saw at a garage sale and used it to
>bury his cable worked great  ...neighbors thought he was crazy
>chain sawing the ground but it make a perfect hole to put the RG6U in... A
>little messy but it did the job...
>for SWA beverages we use  "F" connectors on the rg6u and they work great..
>when you build the beverage transformer you can put "F" connector females on
>the box and it works great and is cheap.and very neat looking....
>Sorry to take so much bandwidth on these questions but we are the guys who
>scrounge for this stuff...
>so who better to ask.
>Thank you kindly for reading this and for any help..

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