The 1022B is the "small" RR. I've never heard of a full-size 40M 3L mounted
on anything but a 1032 "large" RR.
That large antenna, with all of its wind area on three moments flailing
around in the wind
causes much impact on the RR, especially with the ice you get in the east,
My recommendation is that you *not* consider the 1022 for this application
(the full-size 3L 40M.).
BTW, to view several 1032 RRs, go to my Website: www.erols.com/n3rr
I have five model 1032 RRs on my 134 ft tower.
----- Original Message -----
From: Robert Shohet <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Sunday, April 15, 2001 3:13 PM
Subject: [TowerTalk] Value of Tic Ring Rotator?
> I am thinking about purchasing a used Tic Ring 1022B Rotator for use with
> fullsize 3L 40.
> 1) What is a "fair" price for this unit in good working condition?
> 2) Are there any special requirements and/or problems with this particular
> 3) Approximately what is the maximum weight it can safely support and
> Could it support and turn a Fullsize 3L 40 (about 200 lbs)
> in a windstorm? or would that be too much?
> Tnx in advance for your help on this.
> Bob KQ2M
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