Can't you do the same thing with some soft rope and a couple of clove
hitches, and save $17? Saul K2XA
----- Original Message -----
From: "Alan NV8A" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: "Dr M J DiGirolamo" <DrD@2020.com>
Sent: Tuesday, March 20, 2007 7:52 AM
Subject: Re: [TowerTalk] Tower Coax Support Sleeve
> On 03/20/07 07:31 am Dr M J DiGirolamo wrote:
>> From the top of my 72' tower I will have some 10 coax lines coursing
>> from antennas. I remember a discussion about a type of coax sleeve or
>> that works on the Chinese-Finger design. The sleeve is supported in the
>> coax extension arm and the weight of the coax holds and suspends it in
>> without overly compressing the cable. I even recall that someone said it
>> available in a stainless steel mesh from McMaster-Carr??
>> Well, I've done all types of searches and cannot seem to find
>> reference to
>> the information. Can someone help this old guy out here?
> The originals are called Kellem Grips or simply Kellems, but there are
> various clones around.
> I have found them at Crescent Electric (not in every US state, but
> locations all over the place), also at Kendall Electric, which is in MI
> and IN only. I am assuming that any electrical wholesaler will have them
> or will be able to order them, but you are unlikely to find them at
> Lowe's or Home Despot.
> The Wireman stocks some sizes:
> Alan NV8A
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