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CQ Hexbeam owners. (especially on L.I.)

Discussion in 'General Announcements' started by KG2DC, Oct 19, 2015.

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  1. MI0AIH

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    Great antenna high wind resistance works equally at 7m as long as you have no obstructions. I've DSCF2240.JPG mine at 25m works a treat.
     
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  2. M0RMY

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  3. KM1H

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    Or a Hy Gain TH-3 of any era; components are as strong as the TH-7 and 11.
     
  4. N8WMZ

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  6. N8WMZ

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    Hello it is still up I have had not had to take it down yet but look's likes like I am for here it mates to the mast they used one bolt and over the years
    of the slight rocking side to side, it opens up so drill a hole for one more bolt. I also put the hose clamps on. Dan, N8WMZ
     
  7. K1LKP

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    HI CARMINE,

    REGARDING YOUR CONCERN "too much stress on the roof".

    DEPENDING UPON THE TYPE OF ROOF TOWER MOUNT YOU
    PURCHASE.

    https://www.rohnnet.com/tripod-rooftop-mount

    http://www.w8io.com/rooftower.htm

    YOU COULD HAVE A CONTRACTOR PUT DOWN SOME
    PRESSURE TREATED 2/12 INCH BOARDS ON THE
    ROOF AND THEN MOUNT THE TOWER ON THE BOARDS.

    THE BOARDS SHOULD BE LONG ENOUGH TO BRIDGE
    THE ROOF RAFTERS. ALSO, BE SURE TO USE A WHOLE
    BUNCH OF GOOD QUALITY PETROLEUM BASED ROOF GUNK.

    THIS WILL REDUCE THE STRESS TO THE ROOF FROM THE TOWER.

    HAVE LOTS OF FUN AND WORK SAFELY.

    HAPPY HOLIDAYS
    73 - K1LKP




     
  8. WB2LBV

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    He posted his question in 2015 and hasn't been back here since 2017-
     
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  9. K1LKP

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  10. KM1H

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    I was raised in a late 1800's Brooklyn two family three level brownstone, one room wide and 3 deep. A later two car garage out back and one apple tree.

    Carl
     

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