[TowerTalk] Recommendation for Rope Supplier Re: TowerTalk Digest, Vol 216, Issue 6
Steve Davis | Davis RF
sdavis at davisrf.com
Mon Dec 7 13:05:19 EST 2020
Hi Mike, My firm sells a variety of Dacron (aka Polyester) double braid rope which is resistant to UV, rot, mildew and abrasion. MADE IN USA.
Our rope is less expensive than other ham dealers, but is high quality, made in USA, and stronger size vs. size of other dealers. We have many types/sizes/constructions of other types which we sell to numerous industries, military, etc. We give the same low wholesale prices to our fellow hams.
Please contact me directly for pricing. We sell a lot to hams for hanging wire dipoles, masts, small towers, etc.
73, Steve K1PEK DavisRopeAndCable.com (not to be confused with our affiliate DAVIS RF Co., a separate entity and location, which I am the founder and also fully involved with.)
NOTE: The tel # on our website is incorrect and the web hosting co. has to fix it. The correct # is 978 618 0496
Date: Mon, 7 Dec 2020 11:03:08 -0500
From: "Mike Ryan" <mryan001 at tampabay.rr.com>
To: "'Tower and HF antenna construction topics.'"
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Subject: [TowerTalk] Dacron Line for Dipole Needed
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I am looking for 200ft of black (or other color) Dacron line for suspending
some dipoles. Any recommended sources (w/ good pricing) out there? Also
need ONE just one, 502 guy wire insulator. - Mike
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Subject: TowerTalk Digest, Vol 216, Issue 6
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