I'll add a third voice in agreement.
It's easy to say don't turn it on a windy day, but unfortunately, contests
sometimes (often ?) happen on windy days.
If you're handy at repairing T2X's, the problem is usually just one chewed-up
gear. CATS and others have replacement parts at very reasonable prices,
to buying a new rotator.
>> The only time I had a problem is when I decided to reposition the antennas
>> duirng a wind storm.
>Ditto on that here. I used a T2X to turn a 4el SteppIR and Optibeam OB2-40.
>I wasn't aware that I shouldn't try to turn it in the wind.
>The first rotator starting showing signs of trouble after 4 or 5 months and
>had to be replaced after about 18 months. The new one has been up there
>about a year now and its as good as new, but this time I've been very
>careful not to turn it on windy days.
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