I have the 12 meter Spiderbeam mast. The top sections are very thin making
the mast a useable 9 meters. The padded hose clamps they sell are needed to
lock the sections in place. This mast will need to be guyed. If you want to
avoid guy wires aluminum tubing can be used with the top wire being thin,
such as #26 stranded copperweld (The Wireman sells this).
On Mon, Sep 21, 2009 at 12:58 PM, Szegedy <firstname.lastname@example.org>wrote:
> Dear Friends!
> I like to make a inverted L for 160m band (18m vertical part and 22m
> horizontal part) on my houseroof.I live in a city.
> My question:Which is the best mast to hold the vertical part of the
> antenna? I don t have a big antennamast on the roof.
> I think of http://www.spiderbeam.com/index.php?cat=c2_FiberglassPoles.html
> Is this good for a permanent use(not only
> some weeks for dxpedition).Anybody use it for a time?Any idea?
> Thanks:Laszlo HA5BZR
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