>The one thing you need to be aware of - if you place the antenna on top of
the mast (the HyGain was designed to be tilted up in one piece) you will
need to have something in place to allow the rigger to get to the top of the
mast to bolt the antenna on. At least on the HyGain one, the tower is
80 feet and the mast is 100' and has no climbing pegs.
That rigger is me and I ordered the bolt-on ladder, so reaching the top to
attach the rigid feed line and top pivot plate should be straightforward.
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