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Re: M2 Rotator mast

At 00:55 1999-10-10 , VICZARICH@aol.com wrote:
>I have a Yaesu G5500 rotator and two circular polarized KLM beam antenneas 
>that I am ready to put up on the tower. I opened the box that my M2 heavy 
>duty fiberglass cross beam came in and found that it is in two pieces and 
>that the outside diameter is 2 inches, much larger than the 1 1/2 inches that 
>the rotator allows. The inside diameter is about 1 1/2 inches however. Am I 
>supposed to use a piece of 1 1/2 outside diameter pipe between the two pices 
>of mast, and how am I supposed to affix the antennea mounting brackets to the 
>mast? The clamps are way too small.  Help!  I hope somebody has experienced 
>the same thing and can help.                                             
>Thanks in advance, Vic  KE6DID

Hi Vic
Just use a short piece of pipe at the end of the mast and that should do it. As
long as you only have about 6 inches sticking out your antennas won't even see

73, Bill N4XEO

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