>> Hi fellas:
>> I have recently acquired a Ham IV Rotor and CDE controller. I am planning
>> on getting some Rohn 25 and mounting the rotor.
>>>From what I understand I will need a Thrust Bearing for load and a Rotor
> It depends on what you have for a top section along with the size of the
> If you have a conventional ROHN 25G top section it tapers to a tube about
> foot to 16 inches long. Normally this would be plenty for most antennas
> Ham IV is capable of handeling.
>> (not sure about the thrust bearing) But, I can make the Rotor Plate from
I should have said the tube at the top of the stadard top section serves
well as a thrust bearing fpr a relatively short pipe mast that will hold
most antennas the Ham IV is capable of turning.
Roger Halstead (K8RI and ARRL 40 year Life Member)
N833R - World's oldest Debonair CD-2
www.rogerhalstead.com (Use return address from home page)
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