I put this response on line as I get a lot of e mail concerning the BIG BOY
just like yours.
First, please check on the webpage for PROSISTEL BIG BOY which is
www.firstcallcom.net/bigboy.html Please understand we can not keep up with
changes much less the orders coming in. The base had changed as did many other
on the BIG BOY units. I would go by the webpage until literature is actually
printed. The "clam shell" mast clamp is in development and actually made.
see a special design shortly. When everything is ready and production catches
will see full page ads in many mags. Prosistel has a good line of rotors but
expected the selling job we have done for them.
Again, don't give up, just give us a call. Look at our website
Regards, Joel, K2QBV
FIRST CALL COMMUNICATIONS,INC
Toll Free 800 426 8693
Regarding your installation, whatever it is, BIG BOY will turn it and have a
Remember, this is a double worm gear design with a 1/4 HP motor.
Al Crespo wrote:
> Your Big Boy pictures are confusing to me. The picture in CQ Contest
> magazine seems to have two rotating plates. How come?
> Furthermore, one of the reason M2 is successful with the Orion is the
> shell on it. Why don't you have a picture of it as well as a description.
> Wish you success.
> I have just about given up on rotors and just have 4 yagis per band pointed
> in different directions.
> Station is on a cliff overlook ling the ocean and too windy for rotors!
> Aloha, Al
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