For Sale Hygain Rotor ?, rough condition, for parts

Discussion in 'Ham Radio Gear For Sale' started by K7LRC, Apr 15, 2019 at 2:52 AM.

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  1. K7LRC

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    Not sure what make/ model this Rotor/ Rotator is, but possibly a Hygain CD45 or HAM IV ??

    Unit is very weathered. Description below. Hopefully someone can use this for parts or to rebuild. It will definitely need some TLC. Offered here for cheap!

    $10. + buyer pays shipping from PHX, AZ.

    See photos, but here's what I know about this item;
    • No U-clamps provided
    • Three of the four case screws have heads broken off
    • Ball Bearings are loose inside housing
    • Terminal strip highly weathered
    • Motor and gear mechanism are present inside enclosure
    • Rotor weight only, is about 7 lbs.
    Sold for parts and AS-IS. Thanks for looking.
    73
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  2. AD5NM

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    Not a lV maybe a 44.
     
  3. ZL3NB

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    It appears to be a old CDE AR-22 which required a 4 connector cable.
     
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  4. K2ERG

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    Agree AR-22 TV type of years gone by.
    k2erg
     
  5. ND6M

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    Yes, if you look closely, you can see the AR22 letters on the bottom.
     
  6. K7LRC

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    Thanks all for the input. Sale pending.
     
  7. K7LRC

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    ITEM IS STILL AVAILABLE!
    73,
    K7LRC
     
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