[TowerTalk] Hy-Gain HG-70HD

Allen R. Brier britech at earthlink.net
Thu Jul 10 13:03:50 EDT 2008

I ordered one a couple of years ago. It comes partially assembled (top half)
and the rest comes in pieces that you can either wire or weld on to the top
half. The first one I ordered was delivered bent, so I had Hy-Gain (MFJ)
send a new one. The cost was $350 plus $150 shipping. Probably you could
have one built for less, but I was considering the legal aspects of a
failure of a home built base, so I opted for the factory assembly. Be sure
to buy some special high grade bolts (total 9) for attaching the tower to
the base. The vertical rebar pieces are 1" diameter, btw. 

I mounted a 4-el SteppIR with the options 30/40 and 6 meter elements on the
tower and I am very happy with it. It is very strong.

Allen R. Brier SET N5XZ
President / BriTech Systems Inc.
1515 Windloch Lane
Richmond, TX 77469-2533
713-705-4801 (Cell)
281-342-0949 (FAX)
britech at earthlink.net

-----Original Message-----
From: Larry Boekeloo [mailto:lboekeloo at sbcglobal.net] 
Sent: Thursday, July 10, 2008 5:04 AM
To: towertalk at contesting.com
Subject: [TowerTalk] Hy-Gain HG-70HD

I am looking at purchasing a used Hy-Gain HG-70HD and see that the TB-70
base is still available.  Does anyone know if the base comes in one piece
with the supporting legs tied together or are they three individual legs?  I
haven't been able to find any diagrams or pictures of the base on the
  Larry, KN8N

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