I don't think much of the High Sierra. Their base design is poor. The brass
male/female mating surface is poorly designed. I used mine on the highways
of the pacific northwest and had to stop every 200 miles or so and "buff"
the surface in order to restore contact between the two parts.
Their customer service seems poor too.
I did see the Tarheel antennas at Dayton. There was a large one mounted
quire high on a full sized van in the flea market area...
Looked much better than the High Sierra.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Ken Kinyon - W7TS" <email@example.com>
To: "'towertalk'" <TowerTalk@contesting.com>; <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Tuesday, May 20, 2003 1:57 PM
Subject: [TowerTalk] Small mobile antennas.
> I am about to buy a mobile antenna and am considering the high sierra
> Sidekick and the Little Tar heel.
> I would appreciate any feedback on either of these. I would also like to
> know the price of the Sidekick as it is not on their website and they
> be contacted until Thursday.
> Thanks in advance,
> Ken W7TS
> Kenneth E. Kinyon
> 34 Princeton Circle
> Longmont, CO 80503-2106
> Voice: (303) 684-0037
> Fax: (303) 776-5088
> E-mail: W7TS@attbi.com
> ALPCA #8339
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