I believe http://www.cytorq.com is W7CY's company, who just happens to
have a mailing address in Minden NV. The rotator looks nothing like Kurt's
work. I am very happy with my K7NV prop pitch rotators and won't be making
any changes! I wish that the site had more information and pictures. Like
many, I have big concerns about the mast clamping. I can't picture those
three small clamps holding my 60' boom antenna. Even the largest rotator is
pretty small at 6 1/2 dia. It would be nice to see a cut away view of the
gears and motor. Are there any in use yet?
Subject:Re: [TowerTalk] Fw: WHICH ROTOR TO USE?
From:Pete Smith N4ZR <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date:Sun, 06 May 2012 06:10:09 -0400
Interesting - I wonder if it is a coincidence that the mailing address
is in the same town where K7NV lives, and the shipping address is only 8
miles away. It would make me feel a lot better to know that Kurt is
73, Pete N4ZR
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On 5/5/2012 3:54 PM, Bob Gibson wrote:
> I would sure take a look at this new rotor..it looks very H.D. If or
> when I
> replace,I would sure look at these..
> Bob Gibson W5RG
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> I was just going to make that suggestion, Bob...
> Jon Pearl - W4ABC
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