> Actually Henry, Prosistel's BIG BOY is not new to the market but has NOT
> in the states too long. Europe has been its biggest area for the last five
> I have been told that there are 40 or so units out in the U.S. prior to our
> company picking up exclusive rights two months ago. Since June, we have
> sold a
> sizeable amount of rotators with even a back log waiting for the newer and
> miltary version out in three weeks. A lot of input went into the new version
> from some of the top DXers and big boom people around the country. As
> catches up, you'll see some big ads and hear a lot more about the newly
> BIG BOY rotator. We have actually asked people who recently received their
> unit to give feedback to us perhaps in the form of a letter or maybe on
> if they subscribe.
> In any event, hope this helps you a little as a good rotator is getting hard
> Joel, K2QBV
> FIRST CALL COMMUNICATIONS.INC
> henry wrote:
> > I'm stuck trying to figure out what to do. I have a create RC5-3 turning a
> > long boom 4l long boom 20m and a 2 l shorty 40.
> > I know it's too small, but I thought it was a RC5A-3 when it was given to
> > me.
> > It's gone wonky and needs to be fixed. It's been ok so far, but I'm going
> > to kill it with this load. I'd like to move this rotor to another tower
> > with smaller load.
> > Replacement options are a real RC5A-3, a Big Boy from First Call or a 2800
> > from Yaesu. The first 2 are about the same in price, but the BB is new to
> > the market. Any thoughts about this model? It sure looks good on paper.
> > Thanks........
> > end
> > Henry
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