I had a Ham IV, found it OK, but not near strong
enough for the heavier beams. I had a Yaesu 8000
and 1000, but found to my dismay when one went
out that the ONLY place to get it fixed was
Yaesu, no one else would touch them because Yaesu
is the only one with the parts. I have just
upgraded to a C.A.T.S. (Rotor Doc,
www.rotordoc.com) and it seems excellent. I am
even using my old Yaesu control boxes with the
The 'specialist' who does my tower work
recommended the C.A.T.S. I soon plan to get a
Force 340/620 (105 lbs) and he said this was the
best rotor for such a heavy load.
Dave Kaiser, AL7HG
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