The Official "Show Us Your Shack" Thread

Discussion in 'Ham Radio Discussions' started by N0AMT, Jul 26, 2013.

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  1. KG7KOS

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    ICOM 756 Pro, Yaesu FT 897, and Nye Viking tuner.
     
  2. KG7KOS

    KG7KOS Ham Member QRZ Page

    Yeasu FT 897, Icom 756 Pro, and Nye Viking tuner.
     
  3. KN4XJ

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    Pretty much an all Kenwood shack. The 820S is my Dad's novice rig (KA4GSL) sk. I had been messing around with different shelf configurations and began to think that some surplus server racks may be the ticket. Got a look at AG7AG's setup and following a conversation with him decided to go for if. Glad I did. All of the shelves are bolted front and rear and even the one with the 922 doesn't complain.

    73

    Frank, KN4XJ


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  4. KC3DBO

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    Mine in the making IMG_20171218_152822944_HDR.jpg
     
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  5. KB4MNG

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    Awesome, I love your shack. Where did you get the racks?
     
  6. G3SDW

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    Just a simple one these days.
    Merry Christmas and a happy new year to all
    73

    Ken G3SDW
     
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  7. W4JOP

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  8. KN4XJ

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    Thanks Brian

    They are all from Navepoint. The one on the left is a 6 U unit and the other one is a 15 U unit. They are wall mount racks and are easily capable of handling the weight of the rigs. I bolted the rear of the shelves using drill point sheet metal screws. Worked great. To form a top for the racks I used 8U vented blank spacers, also secured down with drill point screws. They don't have feet so I used 1.5 inch Everbuilt hard plastic feet from Lowes/Home Depot.

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    Frank
     
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  9. KN4XJ

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    Always wanted a basement shack. Looks cool. Need some big old boat anchors to keep it warm.

    Frank
     
  10. KB0RFS

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    Here's ours.

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