They may differ slightly from model to model and some may be heavier than
others, but when inside I've noted very little difference from the old Ham-M
to the Tail twister.
Jake has some good advise.
> Clint, The Hy-gain.com site has online manuals available for a lot of
> their gear. Might be your best bet. If it is like the Ham V, make sure you
> have it over an old towel or cake pan to catch the ball bearings that may
> fall out of the races. I've never had a Ham II apart so don't know if/how
> many bearings there are. Oh, and mark the upper and lower housings with a
> pencil or marker so you get them back together the same, and make note of
> where the directional pot is sitting when you take it apart. I usually
> would run the rotor all the way in one direction and then back it up just
> a touch. Makes it easier to put the housings back together.
As an added note...Make that mark go across the bottom, not just the bearing
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)
> Good luck es 73
> K9WN Jake
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