I had some issues mounting my Mosley PRO-57A in the TIC cradle.
While the boom has no truss, the bolts holding the boom splice
together naturally protruded though the bottom of the boom.
Essentially, the antenna was sitting on four bolts when placed
in the TIC cradle. Carl sent me four pieces of 1/4" galvanized
curved shims, each about 3-4 inches long. The shims were placed
between the bolts on the boom to saddle interface. This allowed
the antenna to sit on the shims instead of the boom bolts. I've
had no problems with this arrangement so far (nine years now.)
On Sun, Jun 10, 2007 at 03:19:33PM -0400, Steve Jarrett wrote:
> In a recent posting someone wanted to know how to best mount a Telex 204 (or
> similar) to a TIC Ring. The answer he got said to remove the clamp which
> spices the two boom sections and holds the boom to mast clamp. The idea is
> to replace that external splice with an internal splice so the spliced boom
> will lay nicely in the TIC cradle.I also want to do that same thing, but I
> would like a little more info regarding the splice tubing/pipe. Is there a
> standard size pipe that will fit inside the two inch tubing? Maybe 1.9" OD?
> Thanks, in advance.
> 73, Steve, K4FJ
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