That is what I have decided today to do is use my
Rohn25 tower instead of the mast. I will use the mast
for a TitanDX Vertical I have with the counter poise.
I think this will be a better choice after yours and
Thanks for the feedback
--- firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> The cast aluminum Ham 4 lower mast mount W I L L
> F A I L if you install a 10 foot steel mast and
> beam above it.
> You can mount a long mast with a top-mounted beam on
> a Ham 4, but only
> if the Ham 4 is mounted inside a tower, and the mast
> is supported above
> the rotator.
> >AD5VJ Bob wrote:
> >> I worked on getting my beam higher this weekend
> and came upon a clitch after a whole days work
> getting everything prepared to go up.
> >> I have a 22' (very strong) fiberglass push up
> mast to which I mounted my Ham 4 Rotor, and then
> mounted a 10 foot section of
> >> galvanized steel pipe to the top of the rotor
> hoping to get 30 feet or so in height out of the
> whole thing.
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