[SCCC] Need to borrow portable mast
Wes Printz, W3SE
Wed, 11 Oct 2000 23:54:14 -0700
Hi Mike & Ken,
Talley is a great source, but they do NOT sell to general public on normal basis. I
did manage to pick up a connector for LMR-600 once, but, only because it was :
"an urgent need" , and I was heading out of town Ie.... Mountaintop...
They will refer to one of their distibutors.
Michael Tope wrote:
> Hi Ken,
> Rohn makes push-up masts in 20', 30', 40', and 50' heights for the Wireless Cable
> Industry. You can pick one up for circa $65 from Talley Communications in
> Sante Fe Springs. They had stock on the 40 and 50 footers last time I checked.
> Mike, W4EF....................
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Ken Widelitz" <email@example.com>
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> Subject: [SCCC] Need to borrow portable mast
> . The only other place to put another antenna up
> > is on a walkway with wooden rail on the front of the property. I need to get
> > up about 30' to clear the house and make the antenna play. It can rest on
> > the walkway against the wooden rail and be guyed from there.
> > Anyone have (or know of) something that will do the trick. It need only
> > support an A3S and small Radio Shack TV rotor.
> > 73, Ken, K6LA, Ken Six Los Angeles
> > K6LA@GTEMAIL.NET
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