I don't think it will fit without cutting a brace, which you do not want to
do. However, I am curious why you would want to have all that mast down in
the tower where it will twist in the wind. If the mast is overly long, let
it stick out the top and mount the antennas low on it, just over the tower.
I saw one installation where the fellow had a 20' mast with about 6' above
the bearing. A Sommer antenna with about a 16' boom would wind that mast up
and we would watch the end of boom move in a 45 degree swing, back and forth
till the oscillations died down.
my 2 cents and worth every penny you paid for it. ;^)
Clint - W5CPT
----- Original Message -----
From: "Steve Litwins" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Saturday, September 02, 2006 5:11 PM
Subject: [TowerTalk] ham4 into 25g??
> TT-ers...is it possible to get a Ham IV into a 25g down in the bracing? I
> wud like to mount the rotor abt 1/2 way dn in the top section, but it does
> not seem to fit in through the bracing (too fat). Anybody worked out this
> puzzle? 73/dx
> steve, k8wk
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