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Re: [TowerTalk] Crankup Tower Coax-what's the best?

Subject: Re: [TowerTalk] Crankup Tower Coax-what's the best?
From: Alan NV8A <>
Date: Fri, 07 Apr 2006 06:51:26 -0400
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Check out Davis BuryFlex at But it might be cheaper 
from RadioWare.

I haven't used any, but that's what I'm planning to buy -- unless I can 
find a good deal on hardline (but then I'd still use BuryFlex for the 
rotor loop).

Alan NV8A

On 04/07/06 01:05 am Mike Ryan wrote:

> Here's one for you fellow "crankers".
> I want to feed some VHF/UHF antennas as well as my HF beam on a 70ft crank up 
> that will spend more time down than up. Here in Florida we have to beware of 
> those every popular afternoon thunderstorms, the salt, the sun and oh 
> yes...the hurricanes.  Overall the weather can be soaking wet and extremely 
> sunny all in the same day so what's the best choice for non-hardline type 
> coax cables?  Something very flexible or more like the LMR stuff?  Thanks for 
> reading...  -Mike

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