[TowerTalk] Keeping antennas straight

Scott scottb at radios-online.com
Sat Apr 19 21:19:44 EDT 2014

Ummmmmmm I just sent a reply to the list and got back a nice email 
from a Clara with some AHEM very RACY pictures. The email came with 
the title of this thread.

Steve you may want to check this. Anyone else get these?

She had a nice butt ROFLMAO


At 01:24 PM 4/19/2014, ve4xt at mymts.net wrote:
>What about pinning antennas to mast (so they remain aligned to one 
>another), NOT pinning mast to rotator (so a really bad wind doesn't 
>destroy your rotator) and using a rotator without physical stops in 
>the rotation?
>I know the Spid doesn't use physical stops, are there others?
>With the Spid, calibrating rotator to antennas, no matter how far 
>out of shape, is an entirely electronic experience from inside the shack.
>Doesn't help if you don't want to change rotators.
>Is there some aspect I'm missing?
>73, Kelly
>Sent from my iPad
> > On Apr 19, 2014, at 11:04 AM, "Joe Barnes" <n4jbk at comcast.net> wrote:
> >
> > Does anyone have a suggestion other than pinning or the 
> Tennadynes Slip Knott for keeping antennas from moving around in 
> the wind? All of my aluminum has sprouted at over 100 feet in the 
> air and is a bear to keep straight in these winds that we get here 
> in Florida in some of these storms. Thank you for your input.
> >
> > Joe N4JBK
> >
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