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Discussion in 'Ham Made Gear' started by WB2JIX, Jun 15, 2017.

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  1. WB2JIX

    WB2JIX Ham Member QRZ Page

    For a limited time, I am offering 20% off all feedline and antennas.
    These are all made by mentally-challenged adults with approximately 10% of each sale going to them.

    The business was first started by Gary Gompf (W7FG) and then sold to and run by Charlie Redding (K5JYB), both now SK's.

    We have thirty years of absolutely wonderful service.

    I offer a full money back promise if you somehow can't make it work. You just pay the postage back.

    Check out the site at: http://www.trueladderline.com

    You can't build ladder line or the doublet for less than these prices.

    Thank you for supporting our small business!

    Brian/WB2JIX

    • 600Ω Open Wire Ladder Line Dipole
    • 3-1/2" Wire Spacing
    • One Conductor from Balun or Tuner to Far End Insulator (TM)
    • No Splices, Solder or Crimping to Fail
    • Extremely Lightweight
    • Low Wind Loading
    • 100% Copper, 16 Gauge, 26 Strand Wire, UV Protective Coating
    • 30+ Years of Proven Reliability Worldwide
    • 96% Nominal Velocity Factor
    • Runs Full Legal Limit
    • Nearly Unaffected by Rain, Unlike 450Ω or 300Ω Twinlead
    • Most Efficient Dipole Antenna
    • Covers all the ham bands
    • 100% USA Made!
    • Less Expensive Than Purchasing Your Own Materials
    • No Need to Make Your Own 600 ohm Ladder-Line With Snap-On Parts
    • You'll Be On The Air Before You Can Finish Building Your Own
     
  2. KL7AJ

    KL7AJ Ham Member QRZ Page

    Were you at Dayton a couple of years ago?

    Our local (former) Radio Shack (now under independent ownership) is still carrying components and some MFJ gear. I think your product would be a good thing for them to stock. Would you like me to contact them?
    Eric
     
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