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Re: Cross Boom



I use an 8 foot solid fibergalss boom. I bought mine from Max-Gain system 
and I got the 8foot 1.5" solid boom for $59 and it was about $12 to ship 
from them to me in Illinois. There web site is 
http://www.mgs4u.com/fiberg.htm. Remember to paing your cross boom black 
before you install it to help prevent uV damage.

Scott



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Scott F. Migaldi, K9PO & JN3XCV
IDCS-150972
PP-ASEL
**"A long time ago being crazy meant something, nowadays everyone is
crazy" -- Charles Manson**
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on 3/4/03 8:14 AM, Ben at b-fisher@uiuc.edu wrote:

>Hello All
>I have the rotor, tower and antennas, now I need a none conductive cross
>boom. What are some of you using for this purpose? Pole vaulting pole? Wood
>inside PVC?
>Ben K9BF


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