I have the G-1000DXA 35' up on rohn 45G.It turns a Force 12 C3S/HH.The
HH is for 140 MPH wind load.This antenna weighs 75#.The rotor is on one
shelf,then there is another shelf with a thrust bearing,and then a flat top
45AG section with another thrust bearing.Been up about 3 months.No problems
yet.Have not even had to go back up the tower.Never ran a Tail Twister but
heard it is also a fine rotor.The connectors on the Yeasu are a pain to set up
but once there done no problem.Hope this helps.
> From: Charles Johnson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Date: 2004/02/16 Mon AM 11:54:33 EST
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: [TowerTalk] Comparison between Tailtwister and Yaesu G-1000SDX rotors
> I am going to put up a Hy-Gain TH7DX this spring, and would like to have
> opinions from those who have used both the Tailtwister and the Yaesu
> G-1000SDX rotors. Which one seems to be the better in terms of construction,
> reliability, overall quality of construction? The antenna will be one a 40'
> foot tower by itself. I suspect that either will turn the antenna without any
> issues, but would like some first hand opionions. I'm probably going to be
> buying a new one.
> Thanks, 73, Charles, K4ZRJ
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