[VHFcontesting] Clarification: HD Chimney Bracket
w2ev at yahoo.com
Fri Dec 1 16:55:46 EST 2006
I should have said the following, too...
The chimney is cinder block and of modern construction. I may decide to do one of two things...
... Directly mount a 4' mesh dish and a couple uhf yagis -or-
... Attach a tower to the chimney, and put the antennas on the tower
I'm simply wondering what the Heaviest Duty commercial mount may be so that I can research it's capability a bit more ... rather than blindly moving forward.
Likewise, I'm unsure how these chimney designs are anchored to the house frame. They may not be a good choice for lateral stress...any insight there, too?
----- Original Message -----
From: "Ev Tupis" <w2ev at yahoo.com>
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Sent: Friday, December 01, 2006 11:59 AM
Subject: [VHF] HD Chimney Bracket
> I have a modern (13-year old) masonary chimney that has been asking to be
> dressed up a little. Does anyone have a recommendation as to the
> "Heaviest Duty" antenna chimney mount that is available for retail
> purchase? I'd like to mount a 4' mesh dish, and a couple 30' yagi's (222
> and 432 MHz).
> Ev W2EV
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