I've been running a G-1000DXA For 8 months now.It turns a Force 12 C3S
with ease.The antenna is on a 10' mast 5' above the top of one of 2 TB-3 thrust
bearings.The rotor sets on another shelf 5' down.Tower is Rohn 45G.I really
like the 2 thrust bearing set up.More expense but worth it.I have had no
problems with this rotor yet.You need a steady hand to solder the connectors
on,but a panavise and magifier helped this shaky OM.Pic on QRZ.Hope this helps.
73 Joe K4XZ
> From: Alan AB2OS <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Date: 2004/06/30 Wed PM 12:14:41 EDT
> To: towertalk reflector <email@example.com>
> Subject: [TowerTalk] Yaesu rotators
> I am sure that a Yaesu G-800 would handle what I want to put up, but I
> thought that a G-1000 would give a better safety margin. Yet I notice
> that the eham reviews rate the G-1000 rotators lower than the G-800
> models; the G-1000 actually received several 5/5 ratings, but the 0/5
> and 1/5 ratings pulled the average way down. Are the bigger ones really
> so much worse than the smaller ones?
> Opinions? Experiences?
> Alan AB2OS
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