I have an 80M inverted vee supported at the top of a 10 ft mast on my
130 ft tower where I installed a 3 ft cross arm with pulleys at each end.
Near the ground, I attached a 5 lb 'window weight' to the ladderline to
keep it under tension, and pulled it out a few feet from the tower.
On Wed, 21 Aug 2002 "Jim Shaw" <Jim@shawresources.com> writes:
> Am very interested in any tips or techniques anyone can suggest for
> attaching ladder line to metal rod/mast. I am putting up a wire of
> length (45 or 50 ft) on either side of an existing 35 ft metal pole
> (on a
> roof) and will use a tuner to operate on 80 thru 10M. Got all the
> together except I need some kind of 'stand off' mechanism to bring
> ladder line down the metal pole.
> Ideas? Suggestion?
> 73 de Jim WA6PXU@ARRL.net
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