I would use Liquid Electrical Tape to cover antenna connections. I
currently use it on my vertical, and recently had to remove it. Very
easy to remove the bulk of it, but sometimes a little thin layer
still remains. It stood up to some of the colder (not, thanks to El
Nino,) Chicago temps, and a lot of heat and sun. Works great, and
certainly would pass it on to people. Throw the coax seal in the
garbage, or use it as a putty toy.
> At 9:26 AM -0800 4/19/98, Mike wrote:
> Vapor wrap is a material (typcially butyl rubber) that keeps the
> vapor/moisture out of a connector joint. CoaxSeal is a cheap
> >>perform the same function - it you don't apply directly to the connectors,
> >>that is.
> >What about Scotch 88 then scotch coat over that, have not had water or
> >anything else get into that, however it is awful messy.
Cedrick W. Johnson- N9YXA, Z2/N9YXA
Computer Software Spec., Merchants Bank
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