At 12:33 PM 2/24/2004, K7LXC@aol.com wrote:
> I saw this 'tower' recently and thought I'd pass along some info. It's
>"semi-permanent" and "never climb a Poly Tower" because they're made out of
> More info available from Amateur Antenna Supply in Albany, OR. They'll
>take a check.
well, perhaps after all the amusement dies down... could you please forward
information about this company and/or antenna? A phone number or web address?
Yahoo Yellow Pages do not show an "Amateur Antenna Supply" in Albany, OR - and
a Google search didn't turn anything up either.
No, I wouldn't climb a PVC tower, and I probably wouldn't leave it up full
time, but the concept sounds kinda cool for a "weekend tower" - especially for
Field Day or adding a second antenna for SO2R on contest weekends... and it
sould be easy to haul around on the roof rack of a 4runner.
thanks very much - jeff wk6i
Jeff Stai email@example.com
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